Colorado Parks And Wildlife
The Roaring Fork Valley has been the epicenter for bear encounters with people, and now state officials want to hear from the public on what to do about it at meeting Wednesday evening in Glenwood Springs.
Colorado’s black bear population is booming, and state lawmakers are grappling with what to do to reduce conflicts between humans and the animals.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is setting limits on moose hunting around Brainard Lake near Nederland.
Colorado needs more recreational bike trails — just not a change to how they’re paid for, lawmakers from both parties agreed Thursday as they voted down a bill to direct more Colorado Lottery money to bike trails along state highways.
CASTLE PINES, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have issued a warning for people to be cautious after a recent increase of coyote attacks on pets. CBS4’s Kelly Werthmann spoke to a man […]
State wildlife officials are cautioning dog owners not to let their pets chase vulnerable wildlife during the winter, saying some people have been fined because of their animals’ actions.
Biologists have begun a long-term monitoring program to determine how lynx are faring in the southern Rockies.
Officials say nine deer were killed in Elizabeth last hunting season as part of a program to manage the population of the animals in the small town southeast of Denver.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will seek public input on a strategic plan to set goals and guide the agency’s operations for the next three to five years.
For the bears of the Roaring Fork Valley, the last two years have been the epitome of the phrase “feast or famine.”