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Feeling a little lopsided lately? This moose spotted by Ranger Bri at Hermit Par…

Feeling a little lopsided lately? This moose spotted by Ranger Bri at Hermit Par... 3

2020-12-10 01:45:32

Feeling a little lopsided lately? This moose spotted by Ranger Bri at Hermit Par... 4

Feeling a little lopsided lately? This moose spotted by Ranger Bri at Hermit Park is sporting a great half-n-half look! Bull moose grow antlers every spring and summer, and then shed them in late fall/winter. The antlers are mainly used during the breeding season, called the “rut”, which is usually in September. After the rut is over, bulls shed their antlers between November and March. If you ever come across a moose antler in the wild – leave it be! Squirrels, mice, even foxes and bears eat antlers, which are full of calcium, phosphorus, and mineral salts. #leavenotrace #wildlife #colorado

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Update on the injured bear that was found in the Durango area: The bear has bee…

Update on the injured bear that was found in the Durango area:  The bear has bee... 5

2021-01-14 17:42:06

Update on the injured bear that was found in the Durango area: The bear has been recovering at the Frisco Creek Rehabilitation Facility.

We received great news from our staff at our Frisco Creek Rehabilitation Facility! The bear cub found north of Durango is on its way to a complete recovery! She has made it through the critical first week at the facility, the bear is fully hydrated and well fed. Her pads are healing nicely and she is spunky and very defensive, which is a good sign.

The bear was only 13 pounds when she arrived at the facility and it is believed to have been orphaned early in the summer. She managed to find enough food to survive, however, it was not enough to grow. She is currently being transitioned to solid foods and will spend the rest of the winter at the facility with minimal human contact. The bear will hopefully be released early this spring.


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Motor Vehicle offices will be open for limited walk-ins beginning Wednesday, Ja…

Motor Vehicle offices will be open for limited walk-ins beginning Wednesday, Ja... 6

2021-01-14 17:26:00

Motor Vehicle offices will be open for limited walk-ins beginning Wednesday, Jan. 20, during normal business hours—Tuesday-Friday, 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. Many Motor Vehicle transactions can also be completed online.

For direct links to specific transaction types, visit adcogov.org/motor-vehicle-online-services.


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COVID-19 testing site opens in Fat Cats parking lot

2021-01-14 05:25:18

NEW FREE COVID-19 TESTING SITE OPENS TODAY: In partnership with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Mako Medical, the city opened a COVID-19 testing site that is free to the public.

The testing site is located in Westminster Promenade’s Fat Cats parking lot at 10685 Westminster Blvd. The site opened on Tuesday, Jan. 12 and will be testing daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

While walk-ins are welcome, pre-registration is highly encouraged to reduce wait time.

The city receives support from Jefferson County Colorado Government for the testing site in a gesture of regional collaboration.

Learn more: https://www.cityofwestminster.us/News/covid-19-testing-site-opens-in-fat-cats-parking-lot.

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