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SPEND A SEASON IN THE COLORADO HIGH COUNTRY

Have some free time this summer? Looking for a place to get away from the heat and the traffic? Ever wish you had a nice FREE place to park your RV or camper? If you're interested in sharing your time, energy and enthusiasm for wildlife, the Colorado Division of Wildlife is willing to share some great summer spots.

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is in need of summer and fall volunteer hosts for State Wildlife Areas and fish hatcheries. We currently have nine sites still available for this year. Duties include public contact (providing information to the public on the site along with brochures, tours) and some light maintenance or other tasks as needed. Fishing, wildlife watching, & hiking opportunities abound!

In exchange for a beautiful place to camp all summer, hosts volunteer 20-30 hours a week. Commitment varies from two to four months depending on the specific site. RV is required and some sites offer water and electric hookups. Most sites are in remote areas.

For more information check out our Wildlife Host Program website. For a brochure or application, please contact: Linda Edwards; Colorado Division of Wildlife, 711 Independent Ave., Grand Junction, CO 81505; (970) 255-6145; E-mail: linda.edwards@state.co.us.

We hope to hear from you!

Sites still available for 2007:
Basalt SWA - Christine & Toner Units, near the town of Basalt, CO at 7,380 ft.
Bel-Air SWA, near the town of Meeker at 6,980 ft.
Chalk Cliff Hatchery, between Salida and Buena Vista, CO at 7,950 ft.
North Delaney Buttes, near the town of Walden, CO at 8,170 ft.
Hohnholz Lakes SWA, near the town of Ft. Collins at 7,920 ft.
Radium SWA, near the town of Radium at 8,500 ft.
Rifle Falls Hatchery, near the town of Rifle at 6,700 ft.
Tarryall Reservoir SWA, near the town of Jefferson at 8,920 ft.
Watson Lake Hatchery/SWA, near the town of Ft. Collins at 5,110 ft.


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