The species is only found below 7,600 feet in elevation in dense, streamside vegetation.
Most of the streams where fipronil exceeded toxic levels were in the urbanized Southeast region.
Even before construction on its CSU Spur campus is completed in 2022, the CSU System has been following an anchor institution model of engaging and working with the communities surrounding the future site.
A unique gift will bolster Colorado's conservation community and demonstrate new potential funding sources for conserving private lands.
Sixteen high school students took part in a mix of academic and artistic immersive experiences, along with recreational activities.
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.