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Man Survives Bear Attack While Scouting For Hunting TripColorado Parks and Wildlife officials say a bear attacked a hunter near Red Hill in Park County Friday evening.
2 Cases Of Elk Poaching Investigated Before Hunting Season BeginsTwo cases of bull elk poaching have wildlife officers concerned. They hope the public can help them track down the poachers.
Young Bull Moose Tranquilized, Moved Back Into WoodsA young bull moose was wandering around Arvada on Thursday morning before wildlife officials tranquilized the animal to move him back into the woods.
Bear Spotted On CU Campus Wanders AwayA bear spotted on the University of Colorado Boulder campus Thursday morning seems to have wandered back into the woods.
Bear Spotted On CU CampusA bear was spotted on the University of Colorado Boulder campus on Thursday morning.
Feedback Needed From Hunters, Anglers On Fee HikesColorado Parks and Wildlife wants to hear from hunters and anglers about how the organization can make some budget cuts without compromising the outdoor experience.
300-Pound Bear Relocated From Under DeckWildlife officials removed a 300 pound bear from under the deck of a concerned homeowner in Breckenridge.
Elk Freed From Toy Basketball HoopIf elk talked, this one would have a story to tell. This fully grown female was in a bad spot. People were seeing it around Evergreen with the toy basketball hoop and net hopelessly wrapped around its neck.
Woman Watches In Horror As Bold Coyote Snatches Her PuppyMonday morning Debra Gania had been watching the puppies in the back yard of her home. Suddenly, a large coyote leapt over a 6-foot fence and attacked Dylan -- a 6-week old lab-shepard mix.
Trout Species Threatened Inside Hayden Pass Fire Burn AreaA team from Colorado Parks & Wildlife is attempting to rescue a unique species of cutthroat trout from Hayden Creek.
Crews Fully Contain 2 Smaller Wildfires Near Eagle And DurangoTwo smaller wildfires that broke out in Colorado on Wednesday have been 100 percent contained.
US Wildlife Workers Plead Guilty To Poaching-Related Charges In ColoradoColorado officials say two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees pleaded guilty to poaching-related charges.

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