In honor of Colorado Parks & Wildlife’s 125th anniversary this year, the Clear Creek Courant will have a monthly photo page celebrating the state’s amazing wildlife and parks. Each page will celebrate a different local animal or group of animals, including fun facts provided by CPW. For January, the Courant is celebrating Colorado’s elk population.
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ELK FUN FACTS:
GOT WILDLIFE PHOTOS?
The February wildlife photo page will celebrate Colorado’s birds of prey — eagles, falcons, hawks, owls and vultures. To contribute to the Feb. 24 page, email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org before Feb. 18. Include the photographer’s name and the date and location the photo was taken. The photo can be of wildlife anywhere in Colorado and doesn’t have to be recent.
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