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Rocky Mountain National Park elk management plan detailed
Denver, Colorado (AP)
National Park Service employees and authorized agents will be permitted to kill up to 200 elk every year in Rocky Mountain National Park as part of a program announced during December to control the growing herd of about 3,100 animals.
The National Park Service also detailed plans for fencing and other control measures in the $6 million, 20-year population management plan that has taken four years to complete.
Two conservation groups said they will sue the Park Service to block the plan, which they criticized as letting “politics and timidity triumph over science and common sense.”
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