Federal Government To Identify Wildlife Concerns

DENVER (AP) — The federal Bureau of Land Management will use Colorado state and regional maps to identify wildlife corridors and habitat for land-use planning.

The mapping was recommended by the Western Governors’ Association.

The government says the information will provide a better organized and comprehensive approach to compiling information on wildlife habits.

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