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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.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologist introduces less-invasive method to survey greenback cutthroat trout
On Saturday, February 18, 2023, staff from CPW were able to recapture and refit the collar on male wolf 2101 near North Park.
In 2022, over 50% of bear-related property damage can be linked to improperly secured trash. Bears are gonna bear – people are the solution – change YOUR habits and be bear aware.
Being on the ground is about meeting people where they’re at and where they’re ready to work with you, otherwise how can we be productive moving forward?
These collaring efforts occurred on the known wolves in Jackson County that naturally migrated to the state and are not the result of wolf reintroduction efforts.
Years of consideration and conservation work all led to a golden moment for two pristine rivers in central Colorado.
From training in Wyoming to investigations on the ground in North Park, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are well-trained and ready for wolves.
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