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Input sought on Mt. Evans & Peru Creek Bighorn Herds 
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INPUT SOUGHT ON MT. EVANS & PERU CREEK BIGHORN HERDS

DENVER -- Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking comments from the public about management of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in the Mt. Evans and Peru Creek areas (Clear Creek, Park and Summit Counties).

The agency is developing a management plan for bighorns in the sheep management units known to hunters as S3, S4, and S41. Agency biologists define the area as Data Analysis Unit RBS-4.

"Colorado Parks and Wildlife is eager to improve and refine management of bighorn sheep herds in Mt. Evans and Peru Creek areas" said northeast region wildlife biologist Lance Carpenter, "We would like to engage the public about future management and expect this process will help us develop long-term population and sex ratio objectives."

Herd management plans are created in a three-step process and will dictate the management of a herd for ten years. The online survey regarding these sheep can be found at:

https://www.research.net/s/RBS4DAUplan

Feedback is requested by September 8. Based on biological data, public and agency feedback, preferred population and sex ratio alternatives will move to the CPW Commission in spring/summer 2014.

For more information about bighorns, see the Parks and Wildlife website: http://wildlife.state.co.us/WildlifeSpe ... Sheep.aspx.


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