Colorado Parks And Wildlife
A restaurant owner continues to use spikes to help deter a brazen bruin in Colorado Springs.
It seems the negative reinforcement measures that Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers used to keep a bear away from a popular restaurant’s dumpsters– is working.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are celebrating Colorado Day by offering free entry to all 42 state parks Aug. 5.
Police in Broomfield have cordoned off a neighborhood where a black bear was spotted in a backyard.
Colorado parks officials say falling water levels have made the boat ramp at Prewitt Reservoir unusable for the rest of boating season.
Colorado wildlife officials say they see no signs that hunters across the country are boycotting Colorado because of new laws meant to curtail gun violence, but they won’t know for sure until October or November.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say they have euthanized a bear that killed about 40 chickens near Paonia.
Investigators are searching for evidence near what’s believed to be a human jaw bone found near Cherry Creek Reservoir.
For this weekend only, anglers won’t need a license to hook fish on Colorado waters.
The 2-year-old bear ransacked one house near 300 Arapahoe Avenue before breaking into the next home on Marine Street searching for more food.