In 2007 the CPHA Wildlife Committee reorganized to educate the new and existing residents about the wildlife in the Village and to address issues concerning increased wildlife encounters.
Learn More: Living in Harmony with Village Wildlife
(Including: Protecting your pets, Birds, Mammals, Snakes, Rodents, Injured Wildlife Rehabilitators, and Wildlife Resources)
The Wildlife Committee’s goals and mission are to provide researched information to the residents, in a timely, understandable manner, on co-existence with and appreciation for the diverse wildlife living in the Village. To accomplish this, the committee writes topical articles for the CPHA's bi-monthly newsletter, The Village Reporter, informing residents of wildlife issues or providing general information pertaining to local wildlife. The committee presents wildlife programs, educational workshops and wildlife handouts during special events and homeowners functions throughout the year.
The Wildlife Hotline (303-952-0932) provides answers to residents’ wildlife questions such as pet and wildlife encounters, rumors, species identification etc.
The CPHA Village Wildlife Committee meets monthly on the third Wednesday of the month at 4:00 p.m. at the CPHA conference room. The Committee welcomes residents to attend.
Wildlife Committee Members:
Wildlife Committee Documents:
Wildlife Committee Annual Report