Colorado Division of Wildlife


Board Of New Colorado Parks, Wildlife Division Meets

Members of the new Colorado Parks and Wildlife Board have chosen their officers in their first meeting since the former Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks merged July 1.


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Decline In Mule Deer Near Meeker

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is concerned about a sharp decline in mule-deer numbers surrounding Meeker.


One of the bears on Tantra Park (credit: CBS)

Family Of Bears Gets Free Pass In Boulder Park

Four bears spent the night in a Boulder park after spending the day snoozing in a cottonwood tree.



Hickenlooper To Sign Parks-Wildlife Merger Into Law

A money-saving bill to merge the Colorado Division of Wildlife and Colorado State Parks is awaiting the governor’s signature.


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Wildlife Officials To Study Durango-Area Bears

The Colorado Division of Wildlife is launching a five-year study of black bears in the Durango area to help determine how to reduce conflicts between humans and bears.


An image from the parade (credit: CBS)

Cinco De Mayo Parade Returns To Denver

Denver’s Cinco de Mayo parade is back after a two-year hiatus.


Paul Day at the Chatfield Reservoir (credit: CBS)

Precision Required For Walleye Spawning Collection

This week the volunteers who help maintain Colorado’s walleye fishery have been taking part in their annual spawn collection effort.



Bonny Reservoir In Northeast Colorado To Be Drained

The Colorado Division of Wildlife plans to recommend that limits on fish caught at Bonny Reservoir be eased as the state prepares to drain the reservoir in northeastern Colorado.


Gov. John Hickenlooper (credit: CBS)

Hickenlooper Marks 100 Days As Governor

When Democrat John Hickenlooper took office in January, he promised a laser-like focus on jobs and the economy. On Thursday, as he marked his first 100 days, he said that’s still his top priority.


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Senate Leader Takes Closer Look At Planned Merger

Colorado Senate President Brandon Shaffer is asking sponsors of a bill that would merge the state wildlife and parks agencies to delay a vote so he can take another look at it.




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