Colorado Parks And Wildlife
Colorado hunting regulators say they’re investigating what caused a statewide licensing failure on a major day for big-game licenses.
A man who was once part of a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts has pleaded guilty to federal wildlife crimes.
Parks and Wildlife officials are celebrating the 138th anniversary of the Centennial State by offering free admission to state parks on Monday.
A sheriff’s deputy is recovering from severe wounds after being attacked by a bear in Aspen over the weekend.
A woman sustained injuries after being attacked by a bear in Aspen early Sunday morning, an SUV owner found his vehicle damaged, and a bear was put down in Fruita Sunday night.
A woman sustained injuries after being attacked by a bear in Aspen early Sunday morning.
An elk that had been wandering around the Denver metro area was relocated after getting a little too close to a school.
A pair of elk took a trip to the big city on Wednesday and wildlife officials said they were taking a “wait and see approach.”
Several trails have been closed in Broomfield because of aggressive coyotes. The incidents have been happening at the Field Open Space on Midway Boulevard near Main Street.
Testimony is underway in the trial of a former Boulder Police officer involved in the killing of a trophy elk while he was on duty.