Colorado Parks and Wildlife considers funding mechanisms

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Colorado Parks and Wildlife considers funding mechanisms

Some say agency should do away with free licenses, charge more for others
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Biologist Heather Johnson, left, and field technician Cody Wallace examine female bear number B52 outside a den on Animas City Mountain. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for funding sources that don’t rely heavily on people buying outdoor passes, such as hunting and fishing licenses.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife considers funding mechanisms

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Biologist Heather Johnson, left, and field technician Cody Wallace examine female bear number B52 outside a den on Animas City Mountain. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for funding sources that don’t rely heavily on people buying outdoor passes, such as hunting and fishing licenses.
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