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Colorado Parks and Wildlife Needs Volunteers For Sportsmen’s Roundtable

Jan 29th @ 11:51 am

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for volunteers to serve on a new statewide advisory panel that will provide feedback for the agency on hunting, fishing and wildlife management issues in Colorado. The Colorado Sportsmen’s Roundtable will meet twice a year to discuss issues and help the agency understand the views and ideas of Colorado’s [...]

Vega State Park Hosts Ice Fishing Tournament

Jan 25th @ 9:31 am

Attention ice anglers: Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Collbran Lions Club will be hosting a one-day Ice Fishing Tournament at Vega State Park on Feb. 2. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with check-in either Friday night at Vega Lodge from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. or on Saturday beginning at [...]

Many State Offices Closed Monday

Jan 17th @ 10:27 am

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many state offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 21. State driver’s license offices, the department of Public Health and Environment’s vital records office, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Service offices and administrative offices for executive branch departments will be among the facilities closed Monday.  All of Colorado’s [...]

PUEBLO’S 17TH ANNUAL ‘EAGLE DAYS’ ARE FEB. 1-3

Jan 14th @ 3:54 pm

Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s 2013 “Eagle Days” festival features eagle-viewing opportunities, hands-on activities for youngsters, live bird programs and educational presentations by raptor experts.  This year’s festival, Feb. 1-3, takes place at three locations: Lake Pueblo State Park, the Pueblo Nature & Raptor Center and the Pueblo Zoo. Each year the event draws hundreds of [...]

Grants For Shooting, Fishing n Boating Projects

Jan 8th @ 7:33 am

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is accepting applications from individuals, organizations and local governments to distribute up to $1.7 million for outdoor recreation activities in Colorado. Matching grants are available in 2013 for projects in Colorado that benefit fishing, shooting ranges or boating. The grant programs are partially funded by federal excise taxes on the sale [...]

Ridgway State Park Offers Guided Hike

Dec 6th @ 7:37 am

Come explore Ridgway State Park by joining a nature hike led by a park naturalist on Friday, Dec. 7. The hike will begin at the park Visitor Center at noon. All ages and abilities are welcome! Nestled at the base of the spectacular San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado, Ridgway is an outdoor recreation paradise. [...]

Free Nature Hike Tomorrow At Ridgway State Park

Nov 15th @ 9:06 am

Come explore Ridgway State Park by joining a nature hike led by a park naturalist on Friday, Nov. 16. The hike will begin at the park Visitor Center at noon. All ages and abilities are welcome!  Nestled at the base of the spectacular San Juan Mountains in southwestern Colorado, Ridgway is an outdoor recreation paradise. [...]

MEDICAL HELICOPTER PILOT CITED FOR HARASSING WILDLIFE

Nov 8th @ 11:15 am

Colorado Parks and Wildlife has cited a medical helicopter pilot from Arizona for harassing wildlife after a group of hunters observed him flying his ship very low over an elk herd in a canyon near the headwaters of Granite Creek, southwest of Grand Junction. Owen Park, 35, of Page, Ariz., a pilot for Classic Lifeguard [...]

Parks And Wildlife To Strictly Enforce Fire Bans

Jun 13th @ 3:37 pm

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is planning to strictly enforce all county fire bans and restrictions in state parks and wildlife areas because the fire danger is extremely high across the state. All fires, including those in pits and grills, have been banned in 14 counties due to dry conditions and the risk of wildfires. Fire [...]