Annual "count day" tracks bird populations

Dozens of people got up early Sunday to count birds. The Grand Valley Audubon Society counts all the species of birds they can find within a 15-mile radius.


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Desert bighorn sheep are a sight to see on the Colorado National Monument, but their species has quite the history in the Grand Valley.



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