Colorado Parks And Wildlife
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are alerting people that they shouldn’t be alarmed if they see aircraft flying over backcountry wildlife habitat over the next few months.
A boycott by hunters opposed to Colorado’s new laws meant to curtail gun violence has failed to materialize.
Fliers are popping up in a Loveland community that warn of mountain lion attacks after a rancher lost two goats.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is deciding if gray wolves should remain a protected species in Colorado.
Wildlife officers are handing out flyers to some Northglenn neighbors after some concerning reports about coyote behavior have come in.
A man is recovering after being attacked by three coyotes in Boulder County on Monday morning.
Colorado is reopening most of the flood-damaged State Wildlife Areas Wednesday.
A mother bear with two cubs that has been hanging out in the Boulder area this summer has been euthanized.
A second bear has been euthanized in Boulder Monday morning after it was found near Flatirons Elementary School.
The number of bear-human encounters is down significantly this year in part because natural food sources aren’t as hard to find.