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Colorado Wildlife Federation

Sportsmen: State takeover of public lands could leave public behind

By: 
Judith Kohler May 12, 2015


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Hunters, anglers voice concerns about management and fiscal burdens.

NWF celebrates a new national monument: Colorado's Browns Canyon

By: 
Judith Kohler February 18, 2015



“Browns Canyon is widely revered for its rafting, fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife watching, and rugged backcountry," said Collin O’Mara, the National Wildlife Federation’s CEO and president, "This is why folks from all walks of life, lawmakers from both parties, and conservation leaders across Colorado, including our state affiliate the Colorado Wildlife Federation, have worked for more than two decades to protect it.  On behalf of the entire National Wildlife Federation, we are grateful to the president for supporting wildlife and amazing outdoor experiences by permanently protecting this conservation jewel." ~ Collin O'Mara

Winter update from Colorado Wildlife Federation

By: 
Colorado Wildlife Federation, February 16, 2015



The official publication of the Colorado Wildlife Federation

News from the Colorado Wildlife Federation

By: 
Colorado Wildlife Federation 05/21/15


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The latest update from The Colorado Wildlife Federation.  They have been working hard: fighting threats to public lands, continuing to engage Colorado communities, and addressing pressing issues facing wildlife and wildlife habitat in Colorado.

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