Parks and Wildlife tests for chronic wasting disease in deer

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Parks and Wildlife tests for chronic wasting disease in deer

Hunters required to check in with harvested heads
The lymph node of a mule deer will be sent to a lab in Fort Collins to test for chronic wasting disease.
A mule deer head is set up in Dolores to have its lymph nodes removed as part of a chronic wasting disease study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
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.
Chad Johnston with Colorado Parks and Wildlife cuts out the lymph nodes of a mule deer shot in the Glade area.

Parks and Wildlife tests for chronic wasting disease in deer

The lymph node of a mule deer will be sent to a lab in Fort Collins to test for chronic wasting disease.
A mule deer head is set up in Dolores to have its lymph nodes removed as part of a chronic wasting disease study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
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.
Chad Johnston with Colorado Parks and Wildlife cuts out the lymph nodes of a mule deer shot in the Glade area.
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