2nd Floor Tenant Locks Self In Bedroom As Bear Ransacks ApartmentResidents at an apartment complex in Avon are still trying to figure out how a young bear made its way inside a second floor apartment and terrified a tenant.
Boulder County Mulls Hunting As Elk Management ToolIt has become clear that a herd of stationary elk on Rabbit Mountain is causing damage to the unique ecosystem. The fix will likely consist of multiple tools, one of which could be hunting.
Bear Takes A Nap Up A Tree In BoulderWildlife officials let a bear nap in a tree in Boulder on Thursday because it was close to the forest and not threatening anyone.
Flood Damage Repair Work Blamed For Massive Fish Kill On Big Thompson RiverIn another setback for the Big Thompson Canyon, flood damage repair work last month caused a fish kill, decreasing a portion of the river's wild trout population by more than half.
Animal Refuge That Shares Property With Swingers Club Shut Down By StateThe owner of an animal refuge claims he is being shut down because he also owns an adult swingers club that shares the property.
Plan To Protect Colorado Wildlife ApprovedA comprehensive plan to protect wildlife in Colorado has been approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Bears Begin To Emerge From Hibernation In ColoradoBlack bears are emerging from hibernation in Colorado, and wildlife managers are advising people be ready.
More Evidence Wildlife Bridge On Highway 9 Is WorkingEvidence shows animals are using a first-of its-kind wildlife overpass.
Black Bear Study Shows Eating Human Food Helps And HurtsColorado researchers say black bears that eat human foods from trash cans have higher reproductive rates than those living on natural foods.
Lawmaker Wants To Expand Bear Hunting Into The SummerHunters kill a thousand bears in Colorado a year on average, but one state lawmaker says if the hunting season was expanded it would decrease the number of bear encounters with humans.
Wildlife Managers Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts To Animals A ConcernWaves of heavy snow and extreme cold are creating some of the most most extreme conditions in parts of Colorado in more than three decades, and that could lead to big problems for the state's wildlife in those areas.
Cameras Show New Highway 9 Wildlife Overpass Is An Early SuccessGame cameras show animals like deer and some predators are using a first-of-its-kinds animal over pass built on Highway 9 near Kremmling last year.

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