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May 31, 2006

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Sharpshooting Elk: Rocky Mountain National Park’s management plan draws fire

As we have reported here, Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park plans to use sharpshooters to thin its elk herd from roughly 3,000 to about 1,200 animals. Marksmen will work mostly at night and use silencers. But even so, citizens of nearby Estes Park—which is already an elk playground--fear park animals won’t stick around to be shot, but will instead move out of the park and inundate their little town. Check out this New York Times story on the growing controversy.
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/05/28/us/28elk.html?_r=1&ex=1148961600&en=0c4d7ca6253761b0&ei=5087%0A&oref=slogin

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