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Noticias de CPW / CPW News

Posted by Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement on Aug 10, 2020 2:33:45 PM
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Esta semana, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), cual se encarga de mantener un balance entre la conservación de la vida silvestre y hábitat con las necesidades recreativas de nuestro estado, nos brinda información sobre su programa de pasaporte y las actualizaciones recientes acerca de las áreas estatales de vida salvaje (SWA-State Wildlife Areas). Su misión es crítica y relevante para todos los habitantes de Colorado así que necesitan el apoyo de todos para cumplir con su trabajo crítico.

Pasaporte de CPW:

Colorado tiene algunos lugares increíbles para visitar. ¡Ahora, puede agregar visitar 41 parques estatales y 15 criaderos de peces a su lista de deseos personales con el pasaporte de CPW! Visite un parque estatal o un criadero de peces para solicitar su pasaporte gratuito, colecten TODOS los sellos y registren sus recuerdos en el pasaporte de CPW mientras viaja por el estado.  El personal de CPW sellará su pasaporte en los centros de visitantes y / o algunas veces en las estaciones de cobro de tarifas. Al recolectar todos los sellos, complete la página 58 de su pasaporte y mande una foto a info@FriendsofColoradoStateParks.org para reclamar su premio. ¡Salgan y descubran tantos lugares como puedan!

Sin embargo, como recordatorio amistoso, al recrear al aire libre:

    1. Planifique con anticipación: visite páginas de parques individuales o use la aplicación Colorado Trail Explorer (COTREX) para obtener información sobre el cierre de parques y el horario del centro de visitantes.
    2. Mantenga distancia social en todo momento con otras personas en los senderos para evitar multitudes.
    3. Use una máscara o cubre bocas cuando pase a lado de otras personas en los senderos.
    4. Evite las actividades peligrosas al aire libre que pueden resultar en una visita al hospital.
    5. Empaque su basura. No la tire en el suelo.IMG_0216

 Colorado Parks and Wildlife está participando en la serie de caminatas familiares GRATUITAS de este verano como parte de la iniciativa EVOM. La próxima caminata con CPW será el próximo sábado 15 de agosto en el parque estatal de Sylvan Lake en Eagle de 10am a 12pm. Comuníquese con Renata, la coordinadora de EVOM, o con Las Navegadoras, Norma o Carolina para inscribir a su familia y, ¡así solicitar un pasaporte de CPW y marcar una palomita en Sylvan Lake de nuestros pasaportes juntos!

Áreas de vida silvestre del estado de Colorado (SWA):

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) administra más de 350 SWA y casi 240 propiedades arrendadas estatales (STL- State Trust Lands) con el propósito de conservar el hábitat de la vida silvestre y proporcionar recreación relacionada con la vida silvestre. A medida que la población humana y el turismo de Colorado han crecido en los últimos años, CPW ha notado una tendencia significativa de personas que participan en actividades para las que estas propiedades no estaban destinadas. Estos problemas abarcan desde la acampada ilegal hasta la participación en actividades recreativas que perturban y desplazan la vida silvestre. Para comenzar a abordar esta tendencia y garantizar que los SWA y STL continúen existiendo en beneficio de la vida silvestre, Colorado Parks and Wildlife requiere una licencia de caza o pesca válida para todas las personas mayores de 18 años que accedan a cualquier área de vida silvestre estatal o propiedad arrendada por CPW a partir del 1 de julio de 2020. Para más información, visite: https://cpw.state.co.us/

Se puede comprar una licencia anual de caza o pesca a través de agentes de ventas autorizados de CPW, por teléfono (1-800-244-5613) o en línea en CPWShop.com.  SWA en el condado de Eagle incluye: Basalt SWA, Brush Creek SWA, Eagle River SWA, Gypsum Ponds SWA, Vail Deer Underpass SWA

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This week, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), which is charged with balancing the conservation of our wildlife and habitat with the recreational needs of our state, provides us with information about its passport program and recent updates about State Wildlife Areas (SWA). Their mission is critical and relevant to all Coloradans so they need everyone's support to do their critical work.

CPW Passport:

Colorado has some amazing places to visit. Now, you can add visiting 41 state parks and 15 fish hatcheries to your personal bucket list using the CPW Passport! Visit a state park or fish hatchery to request your free passport, collect ALL stamps and have your memories recorded in your CPW passport as you travel the state. CPW staff will stamp your passport at visitor centers and / or sometimes at fare collection stations. Upon collecting all the stamps, fill out page 58 of your passport and send a photo to info@FriendsofColoradoStateParks.org to claim your prize. Get out there and discover as many places as you can!

However, as a friendly reminder, when recreating outdoors:

  1. Plan ahead: visit individual park pages or use the Colorado Trail Explorer (COTREX) app for information on park closings and visitor center hours.
  2. Maintain social distance at all times with other people on the trails to avoid crowds.
  3. Wear a mask or face shield when passing other people on the trails.
  4. Avoid dangerous outdoor activities that can result in a visit to the hospital.
  5. Pack your trash. Do not throw it on the ground.IMG_0218 (1)

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is participating in this summer's FREE Family Hiking Series as part of the EVOM initiative. The next hike with CPW will be Saturday, August 15th at Sylvan Lake State Park in Eagle from 10am to 12pm. Contact Renata, the EVOM coordinator, or Neighborhood Navigators, Norma or Carolina to request your FREE passport and check off Sylvan Lake from your passport together!

Colorado State Wildlife Areas (SWA):

Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) manages more than 350 SWAs and nearly 240 State Trust Lands (STL) for the purpose of conserving wildlife habitat and providing recreation related to wildlife. As Colorado's human population and tourism have grown in recent years, CPW has noticed a significant trend of people engaging in activities these properties were not intended for. These problems range from illegal camping to participation in recreational activities that disturb and displace wildlife. To begin to address this trend and ensure that SWAs and STLs continue to exist for the benefit of wildlife, Colorado Parks and Wildlife requires a valid hunting or fishing license for all persons over the age of 18 who access any SWA or CPW leased property as of July 1, 2020. For more information visit: https://cpw.state.co.us/

An annual hunting or fishing license can be purchased through CPW authorized sales agents, by phone (1-800-244-5613), or online at CPWShop.com.  SWA in Eagle County includes: Basalt SWA, Brush Creek SWA, Eagle River SWA, Gypsum Ponds SWA, Vail Deer Underpass SWA

Topics: Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement, Iniciativa EVOM

Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement

Written by Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement

The Eagle Valley Outdoor Movement (EVOM) is a group of community members and local organizations working together to strengthen community and appreciation of nature through shared outdoor experiences for people of all ages, abilities and cultures. Join the movement with your family and let's enjoy together the lifelong benefits of spending time outdoors!