Park searching for a few good predators
GRAND LAKE – Reintroduction of wolves into Rocky Mountain National Park remains a possibility. For several decades, the park has been troubled by too many elk. Without predators – or human hunters – the elk are damaging the park’s trees and plants. A recent study identifies several options, including killing of elk – called “lethal reduction” in the study – by National Park Service personnel or contractors.Birth control and wolves also are forms of lethal reduction.Vail, Colorado
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