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Division of Wildlife


The Colorado Wildlife Commission will consider regulations for wildlife parks that hold bears, wolves and non-native feline species including African lions and Asian tigers at its meeting Sept. 9 and 10 in Lamar.

The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 9 at the Cow Palace Inn, 1301 N. Main St. in Lamar.

The Commission will also review Colorado’s threatened and endangered list, including the downlisting of the river otter from endangered to threatened status. The Division of Wildlife has worked for more than two decades to recover the native species, and recent survey have shown reproducing populations in a number of locations.

The Commission will give preliminary consideration to regulations setting the mountain lion quota for the coming hunting season as well as limited license areas, seasons and license number for the 2004 wild turkey season




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