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Author: Bill Vogrin - DNR

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Whirling disease-resistant trout thriving in Arkansas River

A recent survey by Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists found rainbow trout thriving in the Arkansas River near Salida offering a hopeful sign for wildlife conservation efforts aimed at overcoming whirling disease, which decimated trout populations in Colorado after its discovery in the 1980s.

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Burrowing Owls

From the passenger seat of a pickup truck going 60 m.p.h. down a southeast Colorado highway, April Estep scanned the landscape using her hand to shield her eyes from the blinding dawn sun. Estep, a Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) wildlife biologist and raptor expert,

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Bighorn Sheep Rodeo

It didn’t look like the typical nitty-gritty work of wildlife conservation. For a few chaotic minutes, it looked like the “Bighorn Sheep Rodeo.” And it seemed the Colorado Parks and Wildlife wranglers were losing.

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Bald Eagles: A Majestic Mystery

There’s a mystery surrounding Colorado’s bald eagles. They migrate through Colorado every year, but recently they’ve migrated away from a favorite site.

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