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Additional Project Areas

Northwest Colorado      Southwest Colorado      Northeast Private Lands

Colorado Partners for Fish and Wildlife works with landowners throughout the state
in addition to Project Areas and Focus Areas.

wetland creation in North ParkWetlands and riparian habitat associated with the North Platte and Colorado River drainages serve as important waterbird breeding areas and also support many game and non-game wildlife species. Partners for Fish and Wildlife projects with landowners in North Park have been very effective in creating small wetland areas.

Through the Intermountain West Joint Venture, Partners for Fish and Wildlife is working with the Colorado Division of Wildlife, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Ducks Unlimited, Owl Mountain Partnership, Jackson County Lions Club, and others to develop wetlands and expand educational and interpretive programs throughout northern Colorado.

For more information, contact:

Bob Timberman
Partners for Fish and Wildlife
P.O. Box 457
Walden, CO 80480
(970) 723-4926
bob_timberman@fws.gov


The wetland and riparian habitat associated with the floodplains of the major rivers in northwestern Colorado is vitally important for wildlife of many types. Partners for Fish and Wildlife, the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Ducks Unlimited, and Pheasants Forever join with landowners in efforts to restore these areas. Partners projects to address declining and endangered species are also in the planning stages.

For more information, contact:

Greg Stoebner
Partners for Fish and Wildlife
621 Iris Drive
Sterling, CO 80761
greg_stoebner@fws.gov


wetland creation in La Plata County

Partners for Fish and Wildlife in the southwest region of Colorado is addressing wetland and riparian habitat issues in the Uncompahgre and Las Animas River valleys. Typical of southwestern U.S. rivers, the riparian and wetland habitat supported by these rivers is critical to many species of wildlife.

For more information, contact:

Rick Schnaderbeck
Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuge
9383 El Rancho Lane
Alamosa, CO 81101
(719) 852-0124
rick_schnaderbeck@fws.gov

 

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