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Colorado State Parks and Wildlife provides these State Park passes and family activity backpacks through the Check Out Colorado State Parks Program. This Program seeks to encourage and allow Colorado residents of all ages to visit State Parks, enjoy and explore nature, and engage in healthy, fun activities.
From the sweeping prairies of the eastern plains to the jagged peaks of the Rocxk Mountains, this second edition will lead you to 201 of the state's premier wildlife viewing locations and will better your chances of seeing wildlife once you arrive.
A guidebook explaining how to look at the amazing array of creatures living in Colorado, including coyotes, elk, mountain lions, eagles, and owls.
Colorado’s outstanding Scenic Byways provide some of the finest “back roads” adventures available in the country, giving travelers a chance to slow down and experience the natural and cultural resources that make Colorado great. While scenery and history have traditionally been the reason for byway designation, these byways are also excellent in their wildlife viewing potential. Development of Watchable Wildlife (WW) sites along our scenic highways...