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Possible Motive For Predator Control Program In Colorado
May 31, 2017

Independent journalist Rico Moore has been following the predator control program in the Piecance Basin and in the Arkansas River Valley. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is the agency performing the predator control operations designed to boost mule deer populations by killing black bears and mountain lions in the two zones. Moore's research has discovered a link between the oil and gas industry and the program.

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