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Camping and Hiking in Bear Country

Bears are part of the wild places that make Colorado special, so we ask people to follow some easy steps that will help keep our bears wild – Be Bear Aware!

2018 Colorado Outdoors Photo Issue Video

Each year, the Photography Issue inspires all of us at Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) as an opportunity to see the wonders of our state through the eyes of our photographers.

Battle Scars

For hunters, photographers, biologists, wildlife watchers, etc., when it comes to deer in the fall, the talk always turns to the rut.

mockingbird

What to See Now: Mockingbirds

Mockingbirds never sing the entire song of birds they mimic. Instead, they choose a short sequence of phrases from each bird’s song.

western meadowlark

What to See Now: Western Meadowlarks

Whether the song of the western meadowlark is cheerful or soulful is up to the listener, but the melody signals spring in Colorado’s grasslands.

What to See Now: Red-winged Blackbirds

Since red-winged blackbirds are one of the most numerous native birds in North America, they make for an easy introduction into bird watching.

Grouse

Grouse Getaway

In the pre-predawn haze on a northwest Colorado prairie, every dark spot, smudge or blot you see is a greater sage-grouse — until the gathering light proves they’re not.

Searching for Gunnison-sage Grouse

By 6 a.m. most mornings from mid-March through mid-May, Nate Seward is sitting on cold ground – or snow, or mud ‒ peering through a

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