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The better prepared you and your boat are for an inspection, the faster it will go!

Invasive species are plants, animals, insects or diseases that are not native to Colorado and have harmful negative effects on the economy and environment. They are introduced accidentally or intentionally outside of their native range. Because they…

Preventing the introduction and spread of Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) is critical to protect water resources! ANS are a significant and rapidly growing threat to Colorado’s water supply and to boating and fishing recreation. ANS are invasive…

Divers can unintentionally spread freshwater aquatic nuisance species (ANS) such as the zebra or quagga mussel, New Zealand Mudsnail (NZMS), Eurasian watermilfoil, spiny water flea, or Asian clam from one body of water to another on their scuba…

Colorado is home to more than 70 amphibian and reptile species. This Quick Key was developed to help you identify these diverse animals. No matter where you are in the state, in the city, near a pond, even enjoying the view from over 12,000 feet, you…

The name “coyote” (Canis latrans) is derived from the Aztec word “coyotl.” Coyotes are found throughout the United States (except Hawaii) and in most of Canada. Prior to 1900, coyotes were restricted to areas west of the Mississippi in the United…

Quick tips, resources and gear

There are two categories for anglers to consider in the Master Angler Award Program. One category is for kept fish, the other is for released fish. There is a year-end award for released fish.

Colorado lakes and reservoirs where motorboats are allowed
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