Colorado Parks and Wildlife is joining with Nate Zelinsky to produce a multipart series, which will cover applications, scouting, field tactics, and more.
In Colorado, there have been 25 mountain lion attacks on humans since 1990 and 4 of those have been since 2019.
By law, every citizen of good standing has the opportunity to hunt and fish in the United States and Canada.
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.
Episode 1 covers historical management practices, feeding behaviors, family groups, and an overview of a ten-year research project.
This meeting offered updates from CPW’s terrestrial and aquatic biologists, oil and gas rule changes, and details on wolf reintroduction.
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.
Video tips and tactics that will help you develop a plan to safely head out on the ice and fish for everything from bass to walleye.
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