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Bacterial kidney disease research fact sheet.pdf
Native and sport fish populations across Colorado are impacted by many factors including habitat alterations associated with changes in stream flows, temperature, and water quality, and a host of less obvious biological threats from diseases and…

VHCT whitepaper1.pdf
In 1997 Warren Diesslin, former Warden of the Buena Vista Correctional Facility, and Eddie Kochman, former Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) Aquatic Section Manager, met and discussed a joint venture to rehabilitate degraded stream habitats while…

Highly pathogenic avian influenza.pdf
Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus was confirmed in wild geese in Northeastern Colorado on March 24, 2022. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is working with the Colorado Department of Agriculture, the United States Department of Agriculture, and…

UAR_AnnualSiteAssessment_2021_wAppendices.pdf
Monitoring activities to evaluate restoration effectiveness for the upper Arkansas River Habitat Restoration Project were conducted by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and contractors during 2020 and 2021. Efforts were primarily focused on data…

Draft proposed Upper Colorado River Headwaters Project Monitoring Plan 2018.pdf
In December 2016, a group of partners including American Rivers, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), Colorado River Water Conservation District (CRWCD), Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB), Denver Water, Grand County, Irrigators of Lands in the…

Formalin Sensitivity in Rainbow Trout.pdf
Formalin is a commonly used prophalyctic antifungal and antiparasitic treatment of fish and fish eggs, yet little is known about the differential sensitivity among strains after exposure as eggs. This study seeks to determine the sensitivities…

Windy Gap Research Consolidated.pdf
The upper Colorado River is an iconic drainage in Colorado that has been severely impacted by impoundments and reduced flows. Trans-basin and local water use divert approximately 67% of the flow of the upper Colorado River and future projects will…

ACOE_GuidanceDocument_WhitewaterParks_FinalDraft_v4.pdf
Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s (CPW) statutory mission is to perpetuate the wildlife resources of the State, to provide a quality State Parks system, and to provide enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire…

FactSheet_WhitewaterParkStudies.pdf
With over 30 whitewater parks (WWPs) either completed or in the
planning phases, Colorado is the epicenter for WWP development in the
United States. Although WWPs provide economic and recreational
benefits for local communities (Hagenstad et al.…

Rainbow trout fry investigations 2022.pdf
Rainbow Trout are spring spawners, and deposit their eggs in gravel at sites known as redds. The eggs hatch in 4-7 weeks depending on water temperature. After hatching, fish spend up to two weeks as sac fry, remaining in the gravel and absorbing…
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