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  • Hunting & Fishing Info
    Game Management Unit GMU Map 3 Arizona Big Game Species 4 Fishing Information Water is a precious resource in Arizona and so are the fish that inhabit these waters Learn more about the recovery of the threatened Apache Trout experience great warm water fishing and the picturesque fishing in Grand Canyon Important Links Arizona Game and Fish Department Buy Your Arizona Fishing License Online 1 Arizona Fishing Hot Spots 5

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/print/about/arizona/hunting-fishing (2016-05-01)
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  • NWF welcomes approval of bill to conserve a Colorado natural treasure | Our Public Lands
    Stay up to date on public lands issues with a monthly email Sign Up News 04 27 2016 NWF affiliates Let sage grouse conservation plans work 04 27 2016 Sportsmen fend off public land grabs but more work remains 04 12 2016 Chadwick It s Time for Everyone to Pay for Wildlife Management 03 20 2016 NWF s O Mara lauds Wyoming Wildlife Federation defense of public lands 03 17 2016 BLM cancels disputed oil gas lease in Montana s Badger Two Medicine From Our Blog Historic effort to protect greater sage grouse Job Opportunity Wyoming Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center welcomes new staff Take Boulder White Clouds off the waiting list Speak up for South Park one of the region s last great places More NWF welcomes approval of bill to conserve a Colorado natural treasure DENVER Thursday Nov 13 2014 A U S Senate committee has approved a bill that would protect more than 100 000 acres in southwest Colorado s Hermosa Creek watershed one of the state s most spectacular scenic areas and a favorite of hunters anglers and recreationists John Gale the National Wildlife Federation s sportsmen s campaign manager said Thursday that S 841 the Hermosa Creek Watershed Protection Act represents years of works from the ground up on a plan that will ensure the area in the San Juan National Forest will be conserved for generations to come Hermosa Creek and its wild backcountry lands are special places that haunt the dreams of hunters and anglers and represent the best of our nation s outdoor heritage On behalf of our sons and daughters and others who will follow us on the trail we urge Congress to swiftly pass this thoughtful legislation Gale said The bill has bipartisan support among Colorado s congressional delegation

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/news/nwf-welcomes-approval-bill-conserve-colorado-natural-treasure (2016-05-01)
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  • Wildlife, sportsmen’s groups note work on grouse conservation. | Our Public Lands
    grabs but more work remains 04 12 2016 Chadwick It s Time for Everyone to Pay for Wildlife Management 03 20 2016 NWF s O Mara lauds Wyoming Wildlife Federation defense of public lands 03 17 2016 BLM cancels disputed oil gas lease in Montana s Badger Two Medicine From Our Blog Historic effort to protect greater sage grouse Job Opportunity Wyoming Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center welcomes new staff Take Boulder White Clouds off the waiting list Speak up for South Park one of the region s last great places More Wildlife sportsmen s groups note work on grouse conservation Photo Colorado Parks and Wildlife DENVER Wednesday Nov 12 2014 The U S Fish and Wildlife Service s decision to designate the Gunnison sage grouse as a threatened rather than endangered species is a testament to the conservation work by landowners land managers biologists and other stakeholders Kate Zimmerman the National Wildlife Federation s public lands policy director said We commend all the work by landowners community members and local state and federal agencies to conserve the Gunnison sage grouse and its habitat The U S Fish and Wildlife Service s decision to list the bird as threatened provides on the ground flexibility while stemming further losses We have the opportunity to learn from the Gunnison sage grouse and act now to protect greater sage grouse The greater sage grouse is still found on about 56 percent of its historic range across 11 Western states The majority of its habitat is on public lands That means the Bureau of Land Management states private landowners local governments sportsmen and other stakeholders need to cooperate to come up with sound science based conservation plans so we can get the bird back on firm ground and avoid having to list it

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/news/wildlife-sportsmen%E2%80%99s-groups-note-work-grouse-conservation (2016-05-01)
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  • A fresh review of drilling the Roan Plateau | Our Public Lands
    and animal species depend on sagebrush habitat for their survival Stay up to date on public lands issues with a monthly email Sign Up News 04 27 2016 NWF affiliates Let sage grouse conservation plans work 04 27 2016 Sportsmen fend off public land grabs but more work remains 04 12 2016 Chadwick It s Time for Everyone to Pay for Wildlife Management 03 20 2016 NWF s O Mara lauds Wyoming Wildlife Federation defense of public lands 03 17 2016 BLM cancels disputed oil gas lease in Montana s Badger Two Medicine From Our Blog Historic effort to protect greater sage grouse Job Opportunity Wyoming Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center welcomes new staff Take Boulder White Clouds off the waiting list Speak up for South Park one of the region s last great places More A fresh review of drilling the Roan Plateau In 2008 the Bureau of Land Management disregarded the views of many Coloradans and opened up more than 55 000 acres of the Roan Plateau on the Western Slope to drilling Reacting to the lease plan at the time Gov Bill Ritter called it a sad day for Colorado It s a missed opportunity one

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/news/fresh-review-drilling-roan-plateau (2016-05-01)
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  • Gary Wockner: Don't Frack Denver's Water! | Our Public Lands
    public lands issues with a monthly email Sign Up News 04 27 2016 NWF affiliates Let sage grouse conservation plans work 04 27 2016 Sportsmen fend off public land grabs but more work remains 04 12 2016 Chadwick It s Time for Everyone to Pay for Wildlife Management 03 20 2016 NWF s O Mara lauds Wyoming Wildlife Federation defense of public lands 03 17 2016 BLM cancels disputed oil gas lease in Montana s Badger Two Medicine From Our Blog Historic effort to protect greater sage grouse Job Opportunity Wyoming Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center welcomes new staff Take Boulder White Clouds off the waiting list Speak up for South Park one of the region s last great places More Gary Wockner Don t Frack Denver s Water What has separated the fracking wars in the Eastern U S from the Western U S is that New York City s and Pittsburgh s watershed the place where these cities get their drinking water is proposed to be fracked As you can expect when millions of people learn that potentially cancer causing chemicals are going to be injected into the ground near their drinking water they get very riled

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/news/gary-wockner-dont-frack-denvers-water (2016-05-01)
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  • BLM extends comment deadline on White River oil and gas plan | Our Public Lands
    Saving the Sagebrush Sea An Imperiled Western Legacy Nearly 350 plant and animal species depend on sagebrush habitat for their survival Stay up to date on public lands issues with a monthly email Sign Up News 04 27 2016 NWF affiliates Let sage grouse conservation plans work 04 27 2016 Sportsmen fend off public land grabs but more work remains 04 12 2016 Chadwick It s Time for Everyone to Pay for Wildlife Management 03 20 2016 NWF s O Mara lauds Wyoming Wildlife Federation defense of public lands 03 17 2016 BLM cancels disputed oil gas lease in Montana s Badger Two Medicine From Our Blog Historic effort to protect greater sage grouse Job Opportunity Wyoming Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountain Regional Center welcomes new staff Take Boulder White Clouds off the waiting list Speak up for South Park one of the region s last great places More BLM extends comment deadline on White River oil and gas plan November 20 2012 Post Independent Glenwood Springs CO Colorado MEEKER Colorado The Bureau of Land Management has extended the public comment deadline for its draft White River Field Office Oil and Gas Resource Management Plan Amendment an additional 45 days to

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/news/blm-extends-comment-deadline-white-river-oil-and-gas-plan (2016-05-01)
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  • Colorado Resources
    americantrails org resources statetrails COstate html 8 Colorado Tourism Office http www colorado com 9 Conservation Groups Working in Colorado National Wildlife Federation Rocky Mountains Prairies Regional Center http www nwf org Rocky Mountains and Prairies aspx 10 Colorado Wildlife Federation http www coloradowildlife org 11 Colorado Open Lands http www coloradoopenlands org 12 Conservation Colorado http conservationco org 13 Audubon Rockies http rockies audubon org 14 Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Colorado Chapter http www backcountryhunters org index php state chapters colorado bha 15 Ducks Unlimited Colorado http www ducks org colorado 16 Great Outdoors Colorado http www goco org 17 National Parks Conservation Association 18 http www npca org Natural Resources Defense Council www nrdc org 19 Rocky Mountain Wild http rockymountainwild org 20 San Juans Citizen Alliance http www sanjuancitizens org 21 Save the Colorado http www savethecolorado org 22 Sierra Club Rocky Mountain Chapter http rmc sierraclub org 23 Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation http www rmef org 24 The Nature Conservancy Colorado http www nature org ourinitiatives regions northamerica unitedstates colorado index htm 25 Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership http www trcp org 26 The Wilderness Society http wilderness org 27 Trout Unlimited Colorado http www coloradotu org 28 Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado http www voc org 29 Wilderness Workshop http www wildernessworkshop org 30 31 Source URL http www ourpubliclands org about colorado resources Links 1 http www blm gov co st en html 2 http www fs fed us recreation map state list shtml 3 http www nps gov state co index htm program all 4 http www fws gov refuges refugeLocatorMaps Colorado html 5 http wildlife state co us Pages Home aspx 6 http www recreation gov 7 http publiclands org explore plicstate CO 8 http americantrails org resources statetrails COstate html 9 http www

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/print/about/colorado/resources (2016-05-01)
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  • Colorado Hunting and Fishing Information
    popular states to hunt in Important Links Colorado Division of Wildlife 1 Buy Your Colorado Hunting License Online 1 Colorado Division of Wildlife Hunting Homepage 2 Colorado Game Management Unit GMU Map 3 Big Game Harvest Survey Statistics 4 Find a Hunting Guide Colorado Outfitters Association 5 Hunting on U S Fish and Wildlife Service Land 6 Fishing Information With more than two dozen gold medal trout fisheries Colorado is also renowned for its fishing There are more than 6 000 miles of streams and 2 000 lakes and reservoirs to choose from providing ample opportunity to catch over 80 species of both cold and warm water fish Many of these waters lie in close proximity to cities on Colorado s front range making them easy to access by residents Important Links Colorado Division of Wildlife 1 Buy Your Colorado Fishing License Online 1 Colorado Division of Wildlife Fishing Homepage 7 Colorado Fishing Hot Spots 8 Colorado Fish Species Identification 9 Colorado Fishing Seasonal Report 10 Fish Recipes 11 Find a Fishing Guide Colorado Outfitters Association 5 Fishing on U S Fish and Wildlife Service Land 12 Source URL http www ourpubliclands org about colorado hunting fishing Links 1 http

    Original URL path: http://www.ourpubliclands.org/print/about/colorado/hunting-fishing (2016-05-01)
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