While many types of wildlife abound on Grand Mesa, one of the biggest draws is the possibility of coming across a moose cow and her babies. Over the past 30 years, that might have been a rare sighting but beginning in 2005, the Colorado Division of Wildlife has been working to establish a population on the Mesa. From 2005 to 2007 they have relocated 91 moose, 86 from Utah and 5 from the Creede, area to the Grand Mesa.
The term “moose” comes from the Algonquin Indian word meaning “eater of twigs” so the most common place to find a moose is...(read more)
We hope you enjoy a glimpse into some of the special things that we treasure about the Cedaredge, Surface Creek and Grand Mesa areas.