From Keystone Center (facilitators) on behalf of Colorado Parks and Wildlife:
Across the West, state wildlife agencies are seeing declines in mule deer populations. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is embarking on a process to bring together sportsmen, landowners, outfitters, biologists, wildlife managers, otherstate agencies, federal agencies, local elected officials and any other interested members of the public to discuss the issues facing the West Slope mule deer and discuss solutions. While many ideas exist, a focused effort by all groups can make adifference. CPW seeks public input on a Colorado West Slope Mule Deer Strategy to guide agency efforts to work towards increasing deer populations.
Meeting dates and locations appear below. All meetings will be held from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Public meetings are an opportunity for people to meet with agency staff, learn more about
the history of mule deer in Colorado, and provide input to be considered in developing a mule deer strategy.
Public meeting dates and locations
* April 16, 2014 -Loveland, The Ranch at Loveland, McKee Building, 5280
* April 23, 2014 -Durango, La Plata County Fairgrounds, Extension Building,
2500 Main Ave
* April 30, 2014 – Pueblo, Lake Pueblo State Park Auditorium, 640 Pueblo
* May 5, 2014 – Gunnison, Western State University, Aspinall-Wilson Center,
909 Escalante Dr.
* May 6, 2014 – Eagle, Eagle County Fair Grounds, Eagle County Room, 426
* May 13, 2014 – Grand Junction, Country Inns of America, 718 Horizon Drive
* May 20, 2014 – Craig, Moffat County Fairgrounds, 640 E Victory Way