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Affected By Hurricanes or Wildfires License Refunds Offered | Colorado Hunting

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is understanding of the affect recent natural disasters is having on out of state hunters. It’s great news to see that they are being supportive of out of state hunters who may need to change their hunting plans. 341 more words


Four named to state wildlife commission; funding tops the list

Gov. John Hickenlooper has added four new members, three from the Western Slope, to the Colorado Wildlife Commission.

Among the newest members of the 11-person panel are former Grand Junction mayor Jim Spehar; Carrie Besnette Hauser, president and CEO of Colorado Community College in Glenwood Springs; Marie E. 511 more words

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Deadline Approaching Take Survey for Big-Game Management Plans | Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is sending us a reminder to share our input regarding big-game management plans. The deadline is fast approaching. “If you’re interested in big-game in the Gunnison and North Fork areas, please take a survey to help CPW’s wildlife managers develop new management plans.” If you neglect to share your thoughts, you have no place to complain about what happens to our outdoors. 345 more words


Green Mtn. Reservoir latest to reach the "suspect" list for invasive mussels.

The battle continues. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has listed Green Mountain Reservoir north of Silverthorne as “suspect” for invasive aquatic mussels.

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2 Bears In 2 Days Found Shot & Killed In Neighborhood

By Jeff Todd

ESTES PARK, Colo. (CBS4)– Kim Beery could hear the 450-pound male bear outside her bedroom. The animals are a pretty common occurrence around late summer, but she never heard a gunshot. 394 more words


Thanks to Conservation Programs, Colorado's Fish and Wildlife Are Thriving

Colorado boasts one of the most diverse and abundant wildlife populations in North America. Home to an astonishing 960 wildlife species, it might be easy to assume that Colorado’s fish and wildlife have always flourished. 2,403 more words

Warning In Colorado's High Country: Don't Feed The Bears

BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (CBS4) – Officials with Colorado Parks and Wildlife are trying to determine if someone intentionally fed bears in the Beaver Creek area. 82 more words