Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Marine Evidence Recovery Team
This video demonstrates how the team goes about locating victims in the water and the equipment they use to do this challenging job.
Camping in Colorado Bear Country
When you enjoy Colorado’s great outdoors, you’re heading into country that’s been home to black bears for a long time.
Leave Young Wildlife Alone, Keep Colorado’s Wildlife Wild
How can you help the next generation of young wildlife? Leave them alone! If you see an injured animal, call your local CPW office.
What’s Hatching at Mt. Shavano Hatchery
Since 1881, Colorado Parks & Wildlife fish hatcheries have been dedicated to improving the fish populations of our beautiful state.
Colorado Big Game Hunting Series: Part 2 – What You Need to Know
The 2021 Colorado Primary Draw deadline is April 6 at 8 p.m. MT and Nate has the info to help get you across the finish line on time!
Ice Fishing on Colorado’s Eleven Mile Reservoir
Bryan Johnson offers some tips and insight for anglers to try out on their fishing adventures here or elsewhere.
Watson Lake Fish Ladder Proving Successful
A collaboration between public and private entities who came together on a project to improve the river and its habitat.
Emblems of the West
Colorado Parks and Wildlife researchers have set out to evaluate how human recreation may be influencing Colorado’s elk populations.
Colorado Big Game Hunting Series: Part 1 – Making a Plan
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is joining with Nate Zelinsky to produce a multipart series, which will cover applications, scouting, field tactics, and more.
Mountain Lions in Colorado Episode 4: What to do if you encounter a mountain lion
In Colorado, there have been 25 mountain lion attacks on humans since 1990 and 4 of those have been since 2019.
Mountain Lions in Colorado Episode 3: Mountain Lion Hunting
By law, every citizen of good standing has the opportunity to hunt and fish in the United States and Canada.
Mountain Lions in Colorado Episode 2: Mountain Lion Habitat & Human Expansion
Shooting, trapping and use of poison on mountain lions was unregulated in Colorado in the early 1900s. Some would even argue that there was an attempt to eradication the species.
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