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Cheyenne Mountain State Park Archery Range Hits Bullseye

When Mitch Martin, manager at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, invited me to attend and photograph the grand opening of his park’s new archery range, I have to admit, I really didn’t know what to expect. 646 more words

Officials Close Reservoir Beaches To Protect Birds

LAMAR, Colo. (AP) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are closing areas around reservoir beaches at John Martin, Adobe Creek and Nee Gronda to protect two rare shorebirds that nest there. 92 more words

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Colorado Hunter In Crosshairs After Online Bullying By Anti-Hunting Activists

DENVER (CBS4)- A picture of a hunter posing on Facebook with her kill, a mountain lion, has put her in the crosshairs of groups that oppose hunting. 551 more words

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Youth Turkey Hunt Opportunity - Craig, Colorado

Turkey season is a good time to introduce new hunters to the sport. If you live in the Craig area, this is a great chance to introduce your young’n to hunting! 451 more words

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CPW Seeks Participants for Novice Hunter Program

Experienced hunters enter the field confident of finding game. For new hunters, gaining that confidence — knowing the where, when, how and why of hunting — is often the biggest barrier to success.

Breakthrough water agreement benefits cities and rivers

Water management is never easy. And in Colorado, where the resource is scarce, everyone’s interest is valuable, and needs are often widely divergent.

Last year, Denver Water and Trout Unlimited came together to pen a guest editorial for The Denver Post, … 895 more words

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To Catch a Cougar: A Bowhunter’s Search for a Colorado Mountain Lion

Calling mountain lions “elusive” is a radical understatement. It’s as if the ultra-secretive cats are equipped with cloaking devices that allow them to remain nearly invisible in their surroundings, while leaving behind only vague clues of their presence. 1,407 more words