Colorado state wildlife areas

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The Colorado Parks and Wildlife division of the U.S. State of Colorado manages more than 300 state wildlife areas with a total area of more than 860 square miles (2,230 km2) in the state.[1] The Colorado state wildlife areas are managed for hunting, fishing, observation, management, and preservation of wildlife.

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Please see Colorado State Wildlife Areas for a current list of the state wildlife areas in Colorado.

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