Wildlife and Hunting
A wildlife management area above the Kenney Reservoir inlet provides a wide variety of cover and food for multiple species of waterfowl, songbirds, and shore-birds. Bald eagles, osprey, blue heron, mule deer, elk, beaver, raccoons, mink, and other animals can be seen throughout the year.
The Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District has plenty to offer hunters. Nearly all the land managed by the District has the game to hunt--from waterfowl to big game.
Mule deer and elk are the most visible big game animals with both species harvested from our lands each year. Northwest Colorado is known for its trophy potential, and a hunter never knows what they may encounter!
During hunting seasons, all legal methods of hunting may be utilized on district land resources. For additional information about Colorado hunting please visit the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website or contact the local CPW office. Plenty of Parking and access is available.
The Rio Blanco Water Conservancy District is not responsible for accidents, injury or theft. Use of our lands is at your own risk.