Adverse weather conditions didn't bother these high-altitude stewards.
User-friendly tools for wetlands mapping, wetland types, and management resources are part of the new digital clearinghouse.
Colorado Natural Heritage Program zoologist Rob Schorr is teaming up with Colorado climbers to identify roosting locations of bats in an effort to prepare for white-nose syndrome if it occurs in the state.
A new analysis from CSU found that each dollar invested by the state for conservation easements produced benefits of between $4 and $12 for Coloradans.
A new multi-dimensional approach to setting wildlife conservation priorities will safeguard more animals.
Colorado’s State Wildlife Action plan includes an assessment of how key habitat types could be impacted by a changing climate. The team that produced the analysis subsequently received a national award.