Colorado hunters and anglers fund wildlife conservation projects to sustain healthy ecosystems for future generations
With more than 9,000 miles of rivers, 2,000 natural lakes and streams, it’s as if Mother Nature had fishing in mind when she created Colorado.
Ptarmigan live year-round from about 9,500 feet elevation and above, so studying these well-camouflaged birds is challenging ─ to say the least.
This meeting offered updates from CPW’s terrestrial and aquatic biologists, oil and gas rule changes, and details on wolf reintroduction.
Important lessons learned from last summer’s catastrophic wildfires and their impact on big game, fish and forests of Colorado.
Check out this video on the conservation efforts of Colorado native fish including the flannelmouth sucker, bluehead sucker, and roundtail chub.
These meetings are designed to be a chance for Colorado hunters and anglers to interact directly with Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff.
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