Chronic wasting disease found in deer in Southwest Colorado

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Chronic wasting disease found in deer in Southwest Colorado

Parks and Wildlife informs hunters after 2020 testing
Hunter Garet Talley checks a map to pinpoint where he shot a mule deer being tested for chronic wasting disease by Colorado Parks and Wildlife in Dolores.
Chronic wasting disease was found in deer harvested in these game management units during the 2020 hunting season.
The lymph node of a mule deer harvested in fall was sent to a lab in Fort Collins to be tested for chronic wasting disease.
A mule deer head is set up in 2020 in Dolores to have its lymph nodes removed as part of a chronic wasting disease study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Chronic wasting disease found in deer in Southwest Colorado

Hunter Garet Talley checks a map to pinpoint where he shot a mule deer being tested for chronic wasting disease by Colorado Parks and Wildlife in Dolores.
Chronic wasting disease was found in deer harvested in these game management units during the 2020 hunting season.
The lymph node of a mule deer harvested in fall was sent to a lab in Fort Collins to be tested for chronic wasting disease.
A mule deer head is set up in 2020 in Dolores to have its lymph nodes removed as part of a chronic wasting disease study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
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