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Colorado Parks and Wildlife is Hiring Interns

River Watch & Water Quality Internship Opportunity

Are you interested in a career with natural resources, including water, water quality, wildlife, working with volunteers, and working with data and information production? 63 more words

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Trout Species Threatened Inside Hayden Pass Fire Burn Area

COALDALE, Colo. (CBS4) – A team from Colorado Parks and Wildlife is attempting to rescue a unique species of cutthroat trout from Hayden Creek.

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Evaluation of Elk Management Near Gunnison

CPW evaluating elk management near Gunnison

GUNNISON, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be seeking public input at two meetings regarding a new elk-management plan for an area near Gunnison. 341 more words

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Mule Deer Study Reveals Opportunity for Further Examination

CPW sees opportunity in latest mule deer study

DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife researchers see opportunity for further study and discussion after results of a recent mule deer study were published in Global Change Biology today. 698 more words

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Increase in Wolf Sightings in Colorado

Increase in wolf sightings, likely eventual establishment of their population in Colorado prompts advice from CPW

DENVER – Due to a recent increase in unconfirmed sightings and reports of wolves in Colorado, in addition to confirmed sightings over the past several years, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say it is increasingly likely that the growing wolf populations and range in nearby states will eventually expand across state lines. 700 more words

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Crews Fully Contain 2 Smaller Wildfires Near Eagle And Durango

EAGLE, Colo. (CBS4) – Two smaller wildfires that broke out in Colorado on Wednesday have been 100 percent contained.

The approximately 20-acre Red Table Fire near Eagle was burning southeast of Sylvan Lake. 118 more words

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Chronic Wasting Disease Discovered in Southwest Colorado

To those of us who reside and hunt in Southwest Colorado the thought of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been somewhat of a mystery. It’s a facet that many of us don’t understand and of course had a, “It’ll never happen here” attitude about. 400 more words

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