Increased bear activity has closed a popular canyon in the foothills west of the Denver metro area.
A Boulder homeowner is planning to be a bit more cautious after she was visited by a family of bears in her backyard two different times.
A lot of people have called Colorado Parks and Wildlife encountering bears over the past few weeks.
There was another bear sighting in the suburbs Sunday morning.
Wildlife officials say people living in the foothills may be seeing more bears as they try to bulk up for hibernation. The wild animal sightings have increased in recent weeks and it’s only the beginning.
A warning went out to surrounding neighborhoods in Arvada on Friday after a bear was spotted by several people early Friday.
Officers euthanized a bear that was being fed by a woman in Colorado Springs.
Wildlife officials spent Thursday trying to trap bears in a Colorado Springs neighborhood overrun with bears.
There have been multiple bear sightings in Douglas County and one bear even got inside a home and caused some damage.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary northeast of Denver has increased fees for daily visitors from $15 to $50 but says it’s not about the money, it’s about the visitors.