Colorado Wildlife Federation educates and advocates effectively for conservation, sound management, and stewardship of Colorado's extraordinary fish and wildlife resource and their habitats - and outdoor recreation activities conducted in ways that respect wildlife. We also offer the nationally popular Becoming an Outdoors Woman weekend workshops and day trips in Colorado. For information go to our companion website: coloradobow.com
Colorado Wildlife Federation was founded in 1953 and has been working effectively to protect important wildlife habitat for 65 years. Coloradoans and visitors prize our state's rich wildlife diversity, habitat, and the outdoor recreational opportunities. CWF works effectively to help safeguard important fish and wildlife habitat in Colorado, especially on public lands. This requires CWF to work steadfastly on the state, local, and federal levels to help shape wildlife and public lands policies, regulations, and bills --- that cumulatively will determine the enjoyment of wildlife by present and future generations of Coloradoans and visitors to our state. This is particularly important as Colorado's population is estimated to increase from 5.5 MM to 10.3 MM by 2050.