Colorado BHA Report: Impacts of Off-Road Recreation on Public Lands Habitat

The Colorado chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA) has been hearing from an increasing number of hunters, anglers, public land managers and others about the detrimental impacts of increasing off-road recreation on public lands habitat. Sportsmen and wildlife managers are finding that elk hunting opportunities, in particular, are being compromised by trail development in many parts of the state. Our concerns are detailed in the following report: “Impacts of Off-Road Recreation on Public Lands Habitat”

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