- Living with wildlife – from Colorado Parks and Wildlife
- Colorado Wolves Informational Package
- Wild bird feeding tips
- Wildlife in your garden
- Where to watch wildlife in Colorado
- Wildlife as a farm and ranch business
- Field care of big game
- Cutting up a big game carcass
- Information on regulations, testing for CWD, hunter safety classes, and more from the Colorado Parks and Wildlife
2022 Avian Flu Info.
Please read these facts from CDPHE:
You can follow the Avian Flu Colorado outbreak at https://ag.colorado.gov/animals/reportable-diseases/avian-influenza [ag.colorado.gov].
Anyone with poultry flocks:
INCREASE BIOSECURITY: It is extremely important for poultry owners to increase biosecurity measures to protect their birds from HPAI. Use this toolkit to learn more – https://poultrybiosecurity.org/#Plan
MONITOR FLOCKS: Monitor your flock for clinical signs of HPAI including monitoring production parameters (feed and water consumption, egg production) and increased morbidity and mortality. Any changes in production parameters that could indicate HPAI should be reported.
If you have sick birds or birds that have died from unknown causes, help is available at the Colorado Avian Health Call Line at CSU, their number is 970-297-4008.