Colorado Parks And Wildlife
A second bear has been euthanized in Boulder Monday morning after it was found near Flatirons Elementary School.
The number of bear-human encounters is down significantly this year in part because natural food sources aren’t as hard to find.
Wildlife officers hope a mother bear and her two cubs will return to higher ground Tuesday night.
A safety upgrade is underway at Antero Dam in Park County to reduce water pressure and seepage on the dam.
The South Park Shooting Range in Park County has officially opened with a formal ceremony Saturday.
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.