Subject: Are racoons indiginous to the Central Colo. rockies at 8000' elevation?
Date: Sun Jul 2 14:14:21 2000
Posted by Don Lemos
School: Colorado Mtn. College
City: Aspen State/Province: Colorado
Area of science: Zoology
We have an ever increasing bothersome racoon population around Aspen, Co.
I've been told that they have no natural enemies as they are not
indiginous to the area, but were brought in as a substiute for foxes for
the English version of "fox hunting," got away, and multipied. Could this
be true???? Thanks for your answer. Don
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