Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages Colorado's 960 wildlife species, more than 330 state wildlife areas, 43 state parks and a host of associated recreational programs. Colorado Parks and Wildlife conducts research to improve wildlife management activities, protects high priority wildlife habitat through acquisitions and partnerships, provides technical assistance to private and other public landowners concerning wildlife and habitat management and develops programs to understand, protect and recover threatened and endangered species. Wildlife regulations are established by the Parks and Wildlife Commission.
The agency maintains Regional Service Centers in Colorado Springs, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins and Grand Junction, along with Area Service Centers in 16 other cities and towns across the state.
Spring turkey hunting season is open.
Call or email for a free Turkey Hunting Colorado DVD. Offer located at the bottom right corner of the web page.
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