Colorado Parks And Wildlife
A former police officer who shot and killed an elk while on duty is going on trial in Boulder.
Two women had to be hospitalized after being attacked by a moose near Black Hawk Sunday morning.
A woman says mountain lions dined on a deer carcass in the backyard of her Boulder home, which she thought was a little too close for comfort.
Wildlife officials are reminding Coloradoans that black bears have awakened from their winter naps and are in search of food.
A former Boulder police officer charged with killing a trophy elk within the city limits may have tried to shoot another trapped animal back in 2008.
It’s spring time in the Rockies and with a long winter behind them, the bears are back and they’re hungry.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are closing areas around reservoir beaches at John Martin, Adobe Creek and Nee Gronda to protect two rare shorebirds that nest there.
A picture of a hunter posing on Facebook with her kill, a mountain lion, has put her in the cross hairs of groups that oppose hunting. She claims she’s being harassed online by animal activists- some have threatened her life.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has issued a warning for pet owners after a mountain lion has attacked and killed as many as eight dogs in Coal Creek Canyon near Golden.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking for suggestions from the public on big game hunting rules that will be in place for the next 5 years.