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Nature & Wildlife
2015 December/January
Pg 10 - The Sunshine Express
that can be enjoyed year round. As a bonus, you¡¯ll get
a year¡¯s subscription to Colorado Outdoors magazine,
the official publication of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and
the only magazine dedicated to Colorado¡¯s wildlife and
CPW¡¯s 2015 holiday incentive of a free Colorado Out-
doors subscription with online purchase of an annual
parks pass or $70 gift certificate, is underway now
through Dec. 24.
¡°The holidays are a busy time for everyone, purchas-
ing online has lots of time-saving benefits. This holiday
incentive is sure to be appreciated throughout the year
by friends and family as they connect and enjoy the out-
doors,¡± said CPW Spokesman, Matt Robbins.
CPW offers family-friendly activities, fun-filled adven-
tures and opportunities to learn and try new things at
state parks. Check out all there is to do at http://cpw.
Buy Passes Online
Free ¡®Colorado Outdoors¡¯
Subscription With Online
Purchase Of Annual Parks
Pass Or Gift Certificate
DENVER: Get a jump on the
holidays and relax by provid-
ing loved ones with the gift
of access to 42 state parks
The pass is delivered in just 7-10 busi-
ness days and provides 12 months of state
park access. Gift certificates can be used
for annual or daily park passes or camp-
ing. The next issue of Colorado Outdoors
magazine is slated for November.
¡°Stunning wildlife photography and in-
depth articles provide both novice and
experienced outdoors men and women
with something of interest,¡± said Colorado
Outdoors Editor, Wayne Lewis.
The free subscription includes six issues
containing valuable insight from experts
regarding hunting and fishing, endangered
species recovery efforts and wildlife man-
agement, environmental news, watchable
wildlife events, volunteer opportunities,
state fishing records and much more.
Learn more about Colorado Outdoors
magazine at:
Check out:
aspx to review all the holiday options.
Purchases can be made online today
at: or by calling
CPW is an enterprise agency, relying pri-
marily on license sales, state parks fees
and registration fees to support its opera-
tions, including: 42 state parks and more
than 350 wildlife areas covering approxi-
mately 900,000 acres, big-game manage-
ment, hunting, fishing, wildlife watching,
camping, motorized and nonmotorized
trails, boating and outdoor education.
CPW¡¯s work contributes approximately $6
billion in total economic impact annually
throughout Colorado.
For more news about Colorado Parks and
Wildlife go to:
Additional Information: Gift certificates
cannot be applied to park merchandise.
For more information about Colorado
Parks and Wildlife go to:
CPW Plans Big-Game Flights
In Montrose Region
In order to better track the population
trends of mule deer and desert bighorn
sheep in and around the Uncompahgre
Plateau, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be
conducting helicopter flights and trapping
in the area starting as early as Dec. 1.
The flights aid biologists in surveying big-
game herds, and allow efficient trapping
and radio-collaring of animals. Trapping
work will continue through mid-January.
Near Montrose, the helicopter could be
visible to the public because deer are con-
centrated on winter range areas just south
Wildlife Monitoring Begins