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The official account of Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW).
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CPW NE Region 8h
We can confirm this is a mountain lion attack on a young boy. Wildlife officers are searching the scene. A dog team has been called in to help search the area for the mountain lion & because of that Bailey residents are asked to please keep their pets indoors.
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CPW NE Region 9h
We are actively investigating a report of a mountain lion attack on a child in Bailey. Victim is en route to the hospital. More information will be made available when ready.
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CO Parks & Wildlife 15h
It’s official! has signed the executive order. We are excited to share updates as we progress in conserving Colorado's big game winter range & migration corridors. 👏👏👏
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CO Parks & Wildlife 16h
Great comments from both First Gentleman Marlon Reis and highlighting why migration corridors are so important to wildlife, as well as how successful wildlife crossings have been for both wildlife and humans alike.
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CO Parks & Wildlife 16h
. is ready to sign the executive order ensuring of wildlife habitat! He noted that this isn’t just about helping wildlife. It ensures that future generations will have the same connection to natural resources that we enjoy today.
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CO Parks & Wildlife 16h
We’re moments away from signing an executive order ensuring of Colorado's big game winter range & migration corridors. Not a bad place to do it, with Clear Creek in the background!
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CO Parks & Wildlife 18h
Replying to @COParksWildlife
: Every year in Colorado there are nearly 4,000 vehicle crashes involving big game species — resulting in injuries and fatalities to humans, and costing our state an estimated $66 million. ​(4/4)
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CO Parks & Wildlife 18h
Replying to @COParksWildlife
Protecting this critical big-game habitat does not just support wildlife. It also is beneficial for sportspersons, outdoor enthusiasts, wildlife watchers and many other wildlife species. This conservation work will save lives, and not just animal lives... ​(3​/4)
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CO Parks & Wildlife 18h
Replying to @GovofCO @ColoradoDOT
Today, will sign an executive order ensuring of Colorado's big game winter range & migration corridors. We'll be working w/ CO Dept. of Natural Resources & to research, identify opportunities and execute projects that protect habitat. ​(2/4)
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CO Parks & Wildlife 18h
The are unrivaled when it comes to its iconic natural landscapes and abundant wildlife. But as we welcome more people to our state every year, more pressure is being placed on our natural habitats and wildlife. (1/4)
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CO Parks & Wildlife 19h
This 27" cutbow from caught our attention. Nice catch Brady! 🎣 Check out our statewide fishing report:
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 20
| ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄| | | | Bigfoot's been | doing it for years |___________| (\__/) || (•ㅅ•) || /   づ Recreate responsibly:
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 20
Sad. LEAVE 👏 NO 👏 TRACE!
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 20
It's that time of the year 🦌 Plan your next hunt with the 2019 Walk-In Atlas brochure, available online now. Get your copy today:
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CO Parks & Wildlife retweeted
CPW NW Region Aug 19
Last night marked the 3rd bear attack in Aspen this year. A black bear was in an open restaurant dumpster. When an employee approached the dumpster, he was bitten on the leg as the bear exited. It is likely the bear felt cornered and it reacted aggressively. 📸: DJ Hannigan
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 19
Replying to @COParksWildlife
Climb aboard and see how we conduct aerial inventories with the help of a helicopter:
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 19
Happy ! Our work wouldn't be possible without aircraft — like stocking fish in high alpine lakes, counting big game populations and tracking animals with radio collars. This specially modified plane can stock 2,000 fish!
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CPW NE Region Aug 19
Bears being comfortable around people is not natural behavior. K9 Samson is trying to reinforce/teach bears that people & dogs are not a good to be around. Samson & his wildlife officer partner Ian Petkash, along with officer Tim Kroening from , saved this bear a strike.
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 19
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CO Parks & Wildlife Aug 16
You might be doing it wrong. Fletcher Jacobs, our State Trail Programs Manager goes over proper trail etiquette.
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