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 A special supporter and  friend to CWF passed away on May 16.  Eddie Kochman was tenacious and effective in his advocacy to safeguard important wildlife habitat and quality of streams, especially in his beloved South Park.  We shall miss him very much.

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See examples of CWF's Accomplishments over the past 63 Years!  




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Colorado Wildlife Federation advocates and educates for sound wildlife conservation and management policy in Colorado.  

Our members and other supporters believe in stewardship of Colorado's remarkable wildlife and its defining role in our heritage and quality of life. You, as an individual or a business, will be instrumental in helping CWF to achieve common goals. The more devoted and larger CWF's membership and support base, the greater our strength and ability to carry forward our mission. Please support CWF by renewing your membership, joining us, or simply making a contribution of any amount any time, or by volunteering. Thank you!

We will continue to build upon our effectiveness for conserving Colorado's all-important habitat. Do you want balanced wildlife conservation on federal public lands in Colorado? Do you want reasonable access to public lands? So does CWF.

CWF continues to work with a coalition of residents and organizations to protect important wildlife habitat and streams in iconic South Park. BLM's "master leasing planning" process for lands it manages here began June 1.  

Browns Canyon was designated a national monument by President February 19, 2015 and dedicated July 18.  It will be managed cooperatively by BLM and US Forest Service. Click here for FAQs (7/15).


Big Thompson Update- See News on left side of this page  

Energy development on federal public lands must be planned and managed in a way that does not threaten key habitats for fish and wildlife. CWF strikes a common-sense balance by supporting responsible energy development while demanding that the needs of wildlife and habitat are adequately addressed before leasing and development begin, not as an afterthought. Read more


Metro State University of Denver Student Chapter

Greater Sage Grouse: See News item - Decision not to list the bird as an endangered species announced September 22, 2015.

Do you know what to do if you find an injured animal? If you have found an injured animal, please visit the following websites for information on what to do:

Colorado Parks and Wildlife held August summit to strategize how to reverse declining mule deer populations on west slope. Parks and Wildlife Commission approved strategy at December 2014 meeting. Implementation began in 2015.

CWF posts new developments under News and Our Stand on this home page. Also, by clicking "view all" you can read postings back to 2007 that highlight the wildlife policy issues CWF has been working on and how we have made a difference.

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