Colorado Division of Wildlife

Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Mike King (credit: dnr.state.co.us)

Trespassing While Hunting Case For State Wildlife Chief Delayed Until June

There’s been another delay in a landowner’s legal fight to punish a top government official for trespassing. The case focuses on hunting and Colorado’s natural resources executive director.

04/14/2015

Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Mike King (credit: dnr.state.co.us)

Illegal Hunting Case Involving Natural Resources Executive Director Reopened

He’s a high-ranking executive in the state government and even oversaw the creation of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, but now Mike King is under fire because a case of illegal hunting is being reopened.

03/15/2015

Colorado Division of Wildlife (credit: CBS)

Colorado Division of Wildlife’s $32M Error Blamed On Sloppy Accounting

Sloppy accounting and staff turnover caused a $32.4 million miscalculation at Colorado’s Division of Wildlife, according to a state audit presented to lawmakers Monday.

06/04/2012

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Wildlife Officials Warn About Increasingly Aggressive Coyotes

Two coyotes have been killed after one of them attacked a jogger in Boulder. Now wildlife officials are warning people that coyotes are becoming more aggressive.

02/08/2012

Colorado Division of Wildlife (credit: CBS)

$32.4M Accounting Error At DOW To Be Investigated

Auditors will investigate a $32.4 million spending miscalculation disclosed this summer at the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

11/08/2011

An image of the bear (credit: CBS)

Bear In Fort Collins Gets A Second Chance

A bear is headed back to the mountains after visiting neighborhoods in Fort Collins.

09/19/2011

An image from the scene (credit: CBS)

State: No Dead Fish Found After Creek Fuel Spill

State wildlife officials say they found no fish killed in Clear Creek after a tanker truck crashed and spilled 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel into the waterway.

08/29/2011

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Biologists To Investigate Decline Of Native Deer

A mysterious decline in pronghorn and mule deer along the Wyoming-Colorado border has the attention of a team of biologists who are gathering to investigate the change.

08/07/2011

The Anthem neighborhood in Broomfield where a toddler was attacked by a coyote. (credit: CBS)

Wildlife Officers Believe They’ve Killed Coyote That Attacked Toddler

Wildlife officers believe they’ve killed the coyote that attacked a toddler in Broomfield. The animal’s remains are being examined to determine whether it is the same coyote.

07/21/2011

Zebra mussels (credit: AP)

Wildlife Officials Say Non-Native Mussels Growing

The Colorado Division of Wildlife says the number of non-native mussel offspring are growing at the reservoir at Lake Pueblo State Park.

07/14/2011

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