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Researchers use radio collars to study deer, elk herds
An elk is captured in the net after Mark Keech, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, shot the net from the helicopter Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek. Researchers captured elk and deer to place radio collars on them in order to track herd movements.
An elk lifts her head as Jace Clark, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, and Heather Johnson, a Colorado Parks and Wildlife researcher, measure and check the animal Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek.
The net fires out as Mark Keech, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, shoots from the helicopter at an elk whose head is just barely visible over the top of the hill Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek.

Tuned to wildlife

An elk is captured in the net after Mark Keech, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, shot the net from the helicopter Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek. Researchers captured elk and deer to place radio collars on them in order to track herd movements.
An elk lifts her head as Jace Clark, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, and Heather Johnson, a Colorado Parks and Wildlife researcher, measure and check the animal Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek.
The net fires out as Mark Keech, of Alaska-based Quicksilver Air, shoots from the helicopter at an elk whose head is just barely visible over the top of the hill Oct. 12 southwest of Dove Creek.
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