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This is also the same research CPW used to garner its .4 million federal aid in wildlife restoration grant from the U. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which is covering 75 percent of the total (.6 million) cost of its predator plans.Of the total .95 million that has funded CPW’s mule deer research in the Piceance Basin since 2007,

This is also the same research CPW used to garner its $3.4 million federal aid in wildlife restoration grant from the U. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which is covering 75 percent of the total ($4.6 million) cost of its predator plans.Of the total $2.95 million that has funded CPW’s mule deer research in the Piceance Basin since 2007, $1.6 million, or 54 percent came directly from oil and gas companies, with another $1.19 million coming from oil and gas industry proceeds via the state’s severance tax between 2008-11.

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This is also the same research CPW used to garner its $3.4 million federal aid in wildlife restoration grant from the U. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which is covering 75 percent of the total ($4.6 million) cost of its predator plans.

Of the total $2.95 million that has funded CPW’s mule deer research in the Piceance Basin since 2007, $1.6 million, or 54 percent came directly from oil and gas companies, with another $1.19 million coming from oil and gas industry proceeds via the state’s severance tax between 2008-11.

.6 million, or 54 percent came directly from oil and gas companies, with another

This is also the same research CPW used to garner its $3.4 million federal aid in wildlife restoration grant from the U. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which is covering 75 percent of the total ($4.6 million) cost of its predator plans.Of the total $2.95 million that has funded CPW’s mule deer research in the Piceance Basin since 2007, $1.6 million, or 54 percent came directly from oil and gas companies, with another $1.19 million coming from oil and gas industry proceeds via the state’s severance tax between 2008-11.

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This is also the same research CPW used to garner its $3.4 million federal aid in wildlife restoration grant from the U. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which is covering 75 percent of the total ($4.6 million) cost of its predator plans.

Of the total $2.95 million that has funded CPW’s mule deer research in the Piceance Basin since 2007, $1.6 million, or 54 percent came directly from oil and gas companies, with another $1.19 million coming from oil and gas industry proceeds via the state’s severance tax between 2008-11.

.19 million coming from oil and gas industry proceeds via the state’s severance tax between 2008-11.

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As for non-oil and gas funding, CPW received $35,000 from the Mule Deer Association, and $15,000 from the Mule Deer Foundation.

Not only does the oil and gas industry own the mineral rights under the Piceance Basin, a significant portion of the surface rights to the area’s private lands where the predator control area is being carried out are owned by Encana Oil and Gas Corporation and Exxon Mobil Corporation.

On April 12, Matt Bishop and John Mellgren of Western Environmental Law Center, along with Stuart Wilcox, staff attorney for Wild Earth Guardians, joined forces on behalf of Wild Earth Guardians and the Center for Biological Diversity in a lawsuit against WS in U. According to Bethany Cotton, Wild Earth Guardians wildlife program director, the lawsuit against WS argues the federal wildlife-killing program failed to fully analyze the environmental impacts of its destruction of wildlife in Colorado.

“Wildlife Services is once again using taxpayer dollars to kill native wildlife while ignoring science and public opinion,” says Cotton, adding, “The public is entitled to know the full environmental impacts of publicly funded, scientifically unsound and ethically bankrupt wildlife killing.” And according to the Western Environmental Law Center’s Bishop, “The best available science reveals loss of habitat from oil and gas development is the driving factor in mule deer decline, not predation from black bears and mountain lions.” WS refused to comment due to the pending litigation.

His affidavit goes on to add that killing mountain lions will only be done with a good understanding of current population levels, adding more logistically feasible approaches to estimate populations of bears and mountain lions at the state level do not exist, and that he has been actively researching new approaches for the last five years.

Anderson also submitted an affidavit, claiming the Piceance Basin predator control plan has been designed such that changes in the mountain lion and black bear populations are, “biologically insignificant and will have little to no influence on the much larger population.” Yet CPW has consistently admitted they have no specific population estimates of bear and mountain lion populations for either of the predator control areas, which would seem to disqualify Anderson’s claim.For those who travel alone, the warmth of the natives is as important as the sites.When planning your next solo trip, you might want to consider one of these cities that were voted the most sociable in the world.Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s two predator management plans have been ensnared in contention and doubt regarding their scientific legitimacy and underlying purpose since being unanimously approved by CPW Commissioners in December 2016 (see Boulder Weekly’s Off Target: Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4).The two plans in question are the Upper Arkansas River and Piceance Basin predator control plans.The study was funded by CPW’s auction and raffle grant program, which comes as a result of proceeds from conservation nonprofits intended for the study of big game species in Colorado.

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