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CPW launches conservation dashboard to show progress on protecting sensitive species


DENVER, Colo. (KRDO) -- Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has launched a new tool that citizens can view to see the progress the agency has made in protecting more than 350 species in Colorado.

Prior to the launch of the Species Conservation Dashboard, the only way for the public to view information about CPW's State Wildlife Action Plan was through a PDF. The new dashboard now allows people to explore the progress being made on the more than 350 species and 2,500 conservation actions the agency is taking.

According to CPW, the State Wildlife Action Plan documents the status of knowledge about many wildlife species of conservation need, the threats to the species and habitats upon which they depend, and articulates strategies that can be employed to lessen those threats.

When using the dashboard, data can be filtered by individual species, groups of species, action, and threat. CPW said future iterations of the dashboard will include improvements like spatial information and additional progress and project information from both CPW and conservation partners.

You can learn more about the State Wildlife Action Plan here.

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