Brad Coors

Brad Coors

Chairman at Colorado Wildlife Federation

Location:
1410 Grant Street Suite C-313, Denver, Colorado, United States
HQ Phone:
(303) 987-0400

Recent News  

Brad Coors, Chairman of the Colorado Wildlife Commission, says this year's abundant wild food sources hasn't deterred bears from coming into residential and urban areas, prompting wildlife officials to remove 25 problem bears.
There have been hundreds of reports, a fatality, mauling and dozens of break-ins. The Denver Post.

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Brad Coors, chairman of the Colorado Wildlife Commission, says higher hunter harvests in recent years apparently hasn't affected bear numbers to a great degree, as wildlife officials have already been forced to trap and relocate 25 problem bruins this season.

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forage year, you'd expect bears to come down to town," Colorado Wildlife Commission chairman Brad Coors said.
This year, "there's plenty of berry and other forage for the bears to eat, and they are still in our areas." Rather than increasing hunting quotas to try to target nuisance bears, Coors said he favors a push for locking up garbage and continued bear-tracking research. "You can pick a bear and see where this bear is going in town. Then you can go into the town, take a look at where the bear was stopping," he said.

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