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Ninety-two percent of Coloradans recreate in the outdoors – on our public lands – at least once a week. That means the responsibility to respect our lands and wildlife falls onto our shoulders’. As human population rises, our protected lands carry even more value to the wildlife that call these places home. For all of the wildlife lovers enjoying the outdoors this summer, we have created a small list of things you can do to mitigate impacts on Colorado’s cherished outdoor playground. 1.Take pictures and observe from a…