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Mule deer research update slated for this week

Sportsmen and members of the public interested in an update on a multi-year study of buck mule deer survival in Middle Park can attend upcoming meetings hosted by the Colorado Division of Wildlife in Kremmling and Granby.

Lead researcher Eric Bergman will explain progress on the study, which has collared 100 bucks so far. Bergman will describe the collaring process and how the information gained from those deer will improve the division’s ability to manage deer populations around the state by improving population models and informing harvest decisions.

Two public information sessions are planned:



• Tonight from 7:30-9 at the Granby Community Center.

• Wednesday, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Blue Valley Sportsman Club (located 11 miles south of Kremmling on Highway 9).



Learn more by visiting http://wildlife.state.co.us/Research/Mammal/Deer/


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