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Wildlife Council
Wildlife Council
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Our Mission

The Colorado Wildlife Council’s goal is to educate the general public about the benefits of wildlife, wildlife management, and wildlife-related recreational opportunities in Colorado, specifically hunting and fishing.

Learn more about the Wildlife Council.



​About our “Science in the Wild” Campaign

“Science in the Wild” speaks to the audience through the lens of Colorado Parks & Wildlife officers and biologists.​.

The goal of the “Science in the Wild” campaign is to broaden our reach, connect with Coloradans who have little to no experience with hunting and fishing, and engage with them about why hunting and fishing are critical to conservation and wildlife management in Colorado. 

Learn more at COwildlifecouncil.org.

About Wildlife Management in Colorado

Colorado boasts one of the most diverse and abundant wildlife populations in North America, with over 960 wildlife species, but it wasn’t always this way. Many of the state’s most cherished and iconic species thrive today only because of species conservation and wildlife reintroduction programs. 

Learn more about Colorado Parks & Wildlife's conservation efforts.


 Donate



Visit the Donate and Support page, follow the instructions for Direct Donations, and specify "Wildlife Council" in your donation.​​​​

 Science In The Wild

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Learn more on cowildlifecouncil.org.

 Contact the Wildlife Council


​Wildlife Council
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
6060 Broadway
Denver, CO 80216
wildlife.council@state.co.us