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CHEYENNE, WY. – Cheyenne Urban Forestry Division along with local arborists are continuing to observe an uptick in the number of dead and dying spruce trees in Cheyenne. This is the result of the spruce ips beetle. This current beetle infestation was first identified in Cheyenne about two and a half years ago and has shown no signs of slowing down. This beetle only infests spruce, such as Colorado Blue Spruce, Black Hills Spruce and Engelmann Spruce. Other evergreens, such as pines, junipers and firs are not affected...
DENVER, COLORADO - 2018 REPORT ON THE HEALTH OF COLORADO’S FORESTS
DENVER, COLORADO — Colorado forestry officials say the state’s spruce beetle infestation worsened in 2018. The Colorado State Forest Service said Thursday the pest was active on 278 square miles of high elevation lands last year. Since 2000, the beetle has damaged about 2,800 square miles...