2018 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 33 - Parks and Wildlife
Article 2 - Nongame and Endangered Species Conservation
§ 33-2-102. Legislative declaration

Universal Citation: CO Rev Stat § 33-2-102 (2018)

The general assembly finds and declares that it is the policy of this state to manage all nongame wildlife, recognizing the private property rights of individual property owners, for human enjoyment and welfare, for scientific purposes, and to ensure their perpetuation as members of ecosystems; that species or subspecies of wildlife indigenous to this state which may be found to be endangered or threatened within the state should be accorded protection in order to maintain and enhance their numbers to the extent possible; that this state should assist in the protection of species or subspecies of wildlife which are deemed to be endangered or threatened elsewhere; and that adequate funding be made available to the division annually by appropriations from the general fund.

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