Colorado Parks And Wildlife
The ranching hamlet of Karval is hosting its seventh Annual Mountain Plover Festival to celebrate the bird that typically starts arriving in Colorado in early April.
Relentless snow this month means Denver Water will no longer close Antero Reservoir in Park County.
Eight men from three states, including Colorado, have been convicted and sentenced for participating in illegal game hunts that took place over four years in northwestern Colorado, officials said Wednesday.
Colorado researchers have been venturing into bear dens in recent months to understand why bears and people are crossing paths so often and why the animals’ hunt for food is becoming increasingly risky.
Back-to-back, drought-plagued winters have prompted Colorado water users and providers to prepare for another dry year.
Coyotes have made their way into urban areas. In Boulder, for example, in the last month there have been a dozen encounters with people.
State wildlife officials in the high country say the weather in upcoming weeks will be critical in determining what bear season will be like.
Bigfoot is real. That’s according to a group of Colorado researchers who say they have hard evidence proving its existence.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife plans to start repairing the dam at Beaver Creek Reservoir in the San Luis Valley this summer.
There has been another mountain lion attack in the foothills. This time the victim was a 70-pound Labrador attacked in the backyard of a home in Kittredge off Highway 285.