Conservationist: Colorado sees climate change effects

Associated Press: The head of one of the country's largest conservation groups is warning that Colorado is in the "bull's eye of climate change" and says the state's hunters and anglers are seeing firsthand the effects of warmer temperatures. Larry Schweiger, National Wildlife Federation president and chief executive, is visiting Colorado and other states to rally support for federal legislation addressing climate change by mandating cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. House has passed a ......

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