Attention humans, do better.

On October 16, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers posted a picture of this poor buck on Twitter reminding Coloradans to 'leave no trace' in the wild.

Please practice 'leave no trace' during your own outdoor recreation, even when it's inconvenient.

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