Living with Bears – Brochures by CPW

Living with Bears: A Practical Guide to Bea​r Country Colorado is fortunate to have Linda Masterson, author of Living with Bears: A Practical Guide to Bear Country as one of our Bear Aware team volunteers. Please visit site​ for more information about this book and how to live responsibly in bear country. Living with Bears […]

Bear Info Links

BearWise helps people live responsibly with black bears. BearWise® is the black bear program you can trust for sound information and smart solutions that help homeowners, businesses and communities coexist with bears. Visit BearWise.org to download free handouts, order BearWise materials and learn how you can help keep bears wild. The Southeastern Association of Fish and […]

Town of Snowmass Village – Wildlife Protection Plan

Chapter 7, Article VI – Ordinance 99-04 In effect annually from April 15 – November 15 Wildlife Protection Sec. 7-151. Definitions. (1) Wildlife means any medium to large size non-domestic mammal indigenous to the Town of Snowmass Village including but not limited to, black bear, mule deer, elk, raccoon, coyote, beaver, skunk, badger, bobcat, mountain […]

The Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation

The Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation in rural Garfield County is a local bear and wildlife rehabilitation center. They primarily support Garfield, Mesa, Pitkin, Eagle, and Rio Blanco counties,but also take in wildlife from all over the state for care and rehabilitation.     Make a Donation

The International Human-Bear Conflicts Workshop

RFVBC IS A PROUD 2022 SPONSOR & EXHIBITOR — The Roaring Fork Valley Bear Coalition will have an exhibitor table to share our experiences and successes via our grassroots bear protection efforts in the Roaring Fork Valley.