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Colorado Wildlife Sporting License Plate

Step Up To The Plate

Specialty license plates are like fancier, larger bumper stickers, only ones that also raise money for the cause, not just promote it.

Mule Deer

Antlers: What are they good for?

Ever wondered what the difference between antlers and horns are? Elizabeth Angell, CPW’s SOLE Education Assistant, has the answers you’ve been looking for.

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).

Fishers Peak

Fishers Peak

The state’s acquisition of Fishers Peak is an exciting milestone for Colorado outdoor recreationists, wildlife watchers, hunters and residents.

boreal toad toadlet

Purple Rain

Information gathered from years of work by researchers and biologists will assist the conservation efforts of the boreal toad, a state-endangered species.

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.

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