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Bears up and about; researchers to greet them

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SHAUN STANLEY/Herald file photo
Colorado Parks and Wildlife technician Lyle Willmarth, center and biologist Heather Johnson, left, call out measurements to field technician Tom Day from a female bear trapped last summer in the Perins Peak wildlife area. The agency outfit 25 adult females with satellite collars last year and hopes to do the same number this year in a continuing research project.

Bears up and about; researchers to greet them

SHAUN STANLEY/Herald file photo
Colorado Parks and Wildlife technician Lyle Willmarth, center and biologist Heather Johnson, left, call out measurements to field technician Tom Day from a female bear trapped last summer in the Perins Peak wildlife area. The agency outfit 25 adult females with satellite collars last year and hopes to do the same number this year in a continuing research project.
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