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Dozens Of Prairie Dogs To Get New Home In Sedalia

A property owner in Sedalia has donated land where dozens of seized prairie dogs will find a new home.

04/08/2015

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Dozens Of Prairie Dogs Seized From Woman’s Garage In Castle Rock

Colorado wildlife officials say they’re trying to relocate dozens of prairie dogs seized from a Castle Rock garage after the animals were removed from a shopping mall development site.

04/08/2015

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Exotic Fish Dumped In Boulder County Lake ‘A Serious Problem’

Colorado Parks and Wildlife rangers are deciding what to do with an exotic fish threatening to take over a lake in Boulder County.

04/07/2015

Black bear (credit: Jeff Ulvedal)

Black Bear Hunt Study Clears 1st Hurdle In Colorado

Colorado lawmakers have rejected a proposal to expand the black bear hunting season – but they’re moving ahead with a measure asking state wildlife authorities to study the matter.

04/01/2015

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2 Western Colorado Parks Set To Open For Boating Season

Crawford State Park in western Colorado is about to open for camping and boating.

04/01/2015

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Companies Producing Microbead Products Support Legislative Ban

Selling products that contain microbeads will soon be illegal in Colorado as Gov. Hickenlooper signed a bill on Friday to phase out them out.

03/28/2015

Black bear (credit: Jeff Ulvedal)

Lawmaker Wants Study On Managing Colorado Bear Population

A Colorado lawmaker who has called for the state to add a summer month to the hunting season for black bears will instead try to persuade officials to study bear overpopulation and how to reduce conflicts with humans.

03/27/2015

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State’s 1st Case Of Exotic Chewing Lice Confirmed In Deer

Wildlife officials have confirmed Colorado’s first case of exotic chewing lice in a mule deer east of Denver.

03/26/2015

Nettie Blanco and her dog Sammy (credit: CBS)

Highlands Ranch Woman Saves Her Dog By Punching Coyote In The Face

A woman from Highlands Ranch now has a bruised hand after a violent encounter with a coyote.

03/18/2015

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Border Collies Could Be The Answer To Geese Problem In Denver’s Parks

Denver parks are dealing with a foul problem — park-goers say geese are taking over, and some experts agree the goose population is larger than it’s ever been.

03/17/2015

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