A color version of Tuesday's Agnes Lake and Mt. Richthofen. I much prefer the B&W version.
A Tale of Three Crops: Part III
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Historical records dating back to the 1850s indicate that moose frequently wandered from Wyoming into northern Colorado, but never established a stable breeding population. In 1978, after years of discussion and debate, state wildlife experts transplanted 24 male and female moose from Wyoming and Utah to create a breeding population in North Park. By 2012, the reintroduction program had established a breeding population of about 2,300 moose in Colorado. Currently Colorado is one of the few state with a growing moose population. (Source)