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Fact sheet covering species affected in Colorado, what to look for, cause and transmission, and public health considerations.

Fact sheet covering species affected in Colorado, what to look for, causes and transmission, and public health considerations.

Fact sheet: “Deer adenovirus” causes death by damaging blood vessels in the lungs, intestines, and/or other organs in deer, elk, and pronghorn in Colorado.

Fact sheet: Many diseases are spread at bird feeders including salmonellosis, trichomoniasis, finch conjunctivitis, avian pox, and others.

Fact sheet on sinus tumors in bighorn sheep and mountain goats. Covers what to look for, causes, and transmission.

Fact sheet: Cysticercosis is common in most big game species in Colorado and is of low concern when few parasite cysts are present.

Fact sheet about abdominal worms. Abdominal worms live in the abdomen of Colorado deer. These worms do not cause disease and are not a concern for human health.

Fact sheet on species affected by avian botulism in Colorado.

Fact sheet on acidosis in Colorado. Acidosis is a severe and often fatal disease in deer, elk, and other wild hoofed stock species that consume an excess of high-carbohydrate feed.

Experiments conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife suggest the current water quality standard for iron (Fe) is two to four times higher than it should be to protect Colorado's aquatic life.
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