Bear, Mountain Lion Hunting Proposal Under FireTwo wildlife non-profit organizations are suing the federal government over a controversial plan to trap and kill dozens of Colorado’s black bears and mountain lions.
Man's Body Found In Lake 4 Months After He DisappearedA body found in Lake Pueblo has been identified as the second of two people who disappeared while on a fishing trip in December.
Bears Are Waking Up Hungry, Looking For FoodAfter a long winter’s nap, black bears are waking up and they are very hungry. Those bears are also looking for a meal that’s easy to get.
Hunting Elk On Public Land Proposed To 'Keep The Biodiversity'A herd of elks' decision to take refuge year-round at Rabbit Mountain has forced the state and county to consider opening hunting on public land.
Frozen Animals Found In Colorado ReservoirFishermen have discovered mountain lion and a mule deer carcasses frozen in the icy waters at Blue Mesa Reservoir.
Moose, Human Interactions Increase In High CountrySpring break has some unusual side effects in the High Country that include a growing number of moose and human interactions.
Breckenridge Moose Tranquilized, RelocatedThe Breckenridge moose caught on video making a surprise run down the slopes is one of three being relocated.
Trout Stocked In Winter Have Better Chance Of SurvivalTrout once again fill 11 Mile Reservoir in Park County after Colorado Parks and Wildlife stocked the water.
'Shed Hunting' Becoming Dangerous To Colorado's WildlifeMany hunters are looking ahead to this spring in Colorado but it might not be a hunt many are familiar with.
Wildlife Officials Use Bait To Get Elk & Deer Herds Away From HighwayColorado Parks and Wildlife officers have started using bait to lure wildlife away from a highway.
What Killed Geese, Ducks Under InvestigationFederal agencies have launched an investigation to determine what has contaminated the water in a Lakewood retention pond, killing more than a dozen geese and ducks and sickening at least three more.
Elk & Deer Herds Getting Too Close To Roads, Baiting Could Be The SolutionColorado Parks and Wildlife officers have a problem they need help with. Elk and deer are getting too close to roads in the Gunnison Basin.

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