Colorado Parks And Wildlife

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Bear Drawn By Doggie Bag Trapped In Colorado Car

A hungry black bear thought it had found an easy meal inside an unlocked car in suburban Denver. But after getting the doggie bag left inside, the bear couldn’t manage to get out and ripped apart the sedan’s interior.

10/09/2014

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Bear Trapped In Car, Trashes Vehicle

A bear trashes the inside of a car in the Castle Pines North area after he became trapped inside.

10/08/2014

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Bats Surveyed In Anticipation Of Fungal Disease

Researchers are surveying bat populations across Colorado so they can detect any declines that may be caused by a fatal fungal disease called white-nose syndrome.

10/07/2014

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Authorities Searching For Poachers In Lincoln County

Colorado Parks and Wildlife authorities and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office are investigating poaching and the deaths of nearly a dozen animals, including pronghorn and cattle in southeastern Colorado.

10/06/2014

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Bear Illegally Killed, Left On Trail Near Glenwood Springs

A mother bear was found shot to death and left along a trail near Sunlight Mountain Resort near Glenwood Springs.

09/29/2014

A bear in Aspen (credit: CBS)

Bear Activity Surges In Aspen

In August, Aspen police responded to 209 bear calls, a significant increase over 2013.

09/25/2014

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Giving A Hoot About Saving Baby Owls

A wildlife officer with Colorado Parks and Wildlife does. Last week in southeastern Colorado, Aaron Bartleson rescued six baby barn owls — also called owlets — after several days of observation.

09/16/2014

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$2,000 Reward Offered For Information In Canon City Bear Poaching Case

There is a reward for information leading to a citation or an arrest after the poaching of a black bear.

09/15/2014

Boulder County flood damage (credit: CBS)

‘The First Thing Is To Listen': Valuable Lessons Learned From Colorado’s Floods

If state and local governments don’t meet face to face with their citizens and become a sounding board for all their frustrations, they’ve missed a valuable opportunity. That’s one major lesson learned from the flood: Listen to your residents.

09/12/2014

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Neighbors Upset With Wildlife Officers After Bear’s Deadly Fall

Some residents in Fort Collins say they are upset after a young bear who was supposed to be relocated died in a fall from a tree.

09/11/2014

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