Richard Kerr is a certified wildlife biologist. He holds
a B.S. degree from The Ohio State University and did graduate work at
Colorado State University (Colorado A and M). He worked for the Colorado
State University, The Colorado Game and Fish Department and the Bureau
of Land Management. He taught wildlife subjects at several colleges
and was Adjunct Assistant Professor of Fisheries and Wildlife Science
at New Mexico State University. He received awards from Rocky Mountain
States, The Wildlife Society and The Department of the Interior.
As District Game Warden he was the first to be assigned
to the Lake City area in 1953. Later as B.L.M. Range Manager he was
assigned responsibilities for the area. Lake City, Colorado lies in
the heart of the San Juan Mountains of southwestern Colorado. Spaniards,
precious metal and Indian lore are part of Lake City's history and mystique.
Although there are different people and places the lure and mystery
of Lake City remains, as does the enchanting high-country of Colorado.
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