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Elk in springtime…

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BLM reminds shed antler hunters that they must park on designated roads

RBC I The Bureau of Land Management Little Snake Field offices in Craig and Meeker are reminding people planning to collect shed antlers in northwest Colorado this spring that it is illegal to travel off existing roads in a motor vehicle on BLM public lands in this area. Share on Facebook

Elk moving…

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CPW offers ‘Elk Hunting 101’

RBC I Cooler mornings and changing weather signal that the hunting seasons are approaching quickly. Eager hunters are preparing themselves and their equipment in anticipation of one of the most exciting times of the year for sportsmen and women. Share on Facebook


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Public comment sought on area oil, gas lease EA

RBC I On Nov. 27, the Bureau of Land Management released for public review two environmental assessments evaluating potential parcels to offer in its June 12, 2014 oil and gas lease sale. Share on Facebook

Dual elk…

These two bull elk were spotted along a ridge about 20 miles west of Rangely, Share on Facebook

CPW, Shell, Elk Foundation join in survey of area’s elk

RBC I The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and Shell Exploration and Production are jointly funding a project to study and better understand the behaviors and movement of elk that occupy habitat near areas of oil and gas exploration and development. Share on Facebook

Elk Crossing…

A small herd of elk recently crossed the White River between Meeker and Rangely. The Herald Times is accepting photos for the photo galleries of the 2012 fall edition of the Northwest Colorado Hunting Guide, please send them to tonya@theheraldtimes.com with a caption for consideration. Share on Facebook

Men of the Outdoors: Sheridan Harvey

Sheridan Harvey, a seventh grader at Barone Middle School, waited until the hunters on his dad’s property filled their tags in the second season before he filled his first-ever tag. Share on Facebook