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 officials observed a compelling intersection of two wildlife projects when a deer wearing a GPS satellite collar gave off a mortality signal.
In this episode, we discuss current population trends, habitat use, and impacts of human disturbance on bald eagles along the state’s most densely populated corridor.
The study will give us a better understanding of this species’ tolerance of and adaptability to human activities and land use changes.
You may think my role as wildlife officer is focused mainly on law enforcement, but a significant amount of my time is actually spent in the vital role of an educator.
Join educator Jessie as she explores how Coloradans are protecting Colorado’s waters from aquatic nuisance species.
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