Livin’ the Wildlife: Colorado Mountain Goats

It's a species that lives in a land of sheer cliffs and perpetual snows. Colorado's alpine tundra is home to the mighty mountain goat.

It’s a species that lives in a land of sheer cliffs and perpetual snows. Colorado’s alpine tundra is home to the mighty mountain goat. These natural mountaineers are one of the state’s most unique and cherished species. This video offers an intimate look at the mountain goat in its natural habitat where it spends most of the year at 13,000 feet!

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Photos and video by Jerry Neal. Neal is the senior videographer and a media specialist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. 

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