By Jennifer McRae

SOUTH PARK, Colo. (CBS4)– Colorado Parks and Wildlife got some help from horses as the agency continues efforts to stock native cut throat trout. The rangers and horses headed out on Wednesday when it was snowing.

(credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

They hiked into the Buffalo Peaks Wilderness area. It’s all part of the efforts to restore the trout in South Park.

(credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

Ranger Petkash tweeted that it was “the kind of day that makes you smile to be a wildlife officer, even with frozen fingers.”

Jennifer McRae