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- Vol. 55
- No. 10
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Using Some Flashy Neckwear, Biologist Shelly Ament Alerts Drivers to Meandering Elk
Having tracked wildlife electronically throughout her 18-year career, the Colorado Springs-born Ament secured a $75,000 federal grant to collar 10 elk in 1999. Since the animals tend to travel in groups, there is a good chance that at least one in each bunch will be wearing the collar. "It's not foolproof," the biologist admits. "Last fall a calf was killed." Still, with warmer months drawing both grazing elk and up to 10,000 cars—most carrying tourists—to these highways each day, Ament is looking ahead to a safer, elky summer.
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