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Burrowing Owl

Video: Burrowing Owls

Due to a decline in numbers and habitat loss, burrowing owls are one of Colorado’s Species of Greatest Conservation Need and are listed in our state wildlife action plan (SWAP).

Lynx

A Plan for Successful Conservation

The State Wildlife Action Plan allows CPW to stay consistent in their management efforts and in coordinating with other members of the conservation community.

Hunters

Explore Our Learn to Hunt Webinar Series

Interested in learning how to hunt in Colorado, but you’re not sure where to start? CPW is here to help with an upcoming webinar series. Register today!

Robin

Better Days, Birdwatching

It’s fitting that the sounds of a robin, a migratory songbird, were reminding me that spring is here and nature is awakening from a long, winter slumber.

COVID-19-Info

COVID-19 Information

This is a rapidly evolving situation, so please review the resources with some regularity to be sure you are aware of the most current guidance available.

smoked trout

Time to Smoke Some Trout

Spring is a great time to catch trout in Colorado. Use these simple tips to smoke trout and add an exciting new flavor to your salads, pasta and more.

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