Fewer mule deer, pronghorns along the Wyoming-Colorado border September 16, 2012 Wyoming

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Fewer mule deer, pronghorns along the Wyoming-Colorado borderSeptember 16, 2012 Wyoming, RawlinsTimes
Hunters and wildlife watchers may sight fewer mule deer and pronghorns along the Colorado-Wyoming border, according to a study by the National Wildlife Federation. .John Ellenberger, one of the study’s authors, spoke Wednesday at a public meeting in Saratoga. Ellenberger said mule deer and pronghorn populations appear stable in the Platte Valley region, but harvest numbers are declining because of fewer fawns...


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