Disease might have spread to wild rabbits in Southwest Colorado

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Disease might have spread to wild rabbits in Southwest Colorado

Domestic rabbits test positive in Montezuma County
Kathleen Stachowski of Mancos and her neighbors have found five dead wild rabbits in the Mancos areas suspected of having rabbit hemorrhagic disease. People are urged to bury dead rabbits and contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
CPW suspects that rabbit hemorrhagic disease mamighty have spread to the wild population in Montezuma County.

Disease might have spread to wild rabbits in Southwest Colorado

Kathleen Stachowski of Mancos and her neighbors have found five dead wild rabbits in the Mancos areas suspected of having rabbit hemorrhagic disease. People are urged to bury dead rabbits and contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
CPW suspects that rabbit hemorrhagic disease mamighty have spread to the wild population in Montezuma County.
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