Bald Eagle Found Shot Dead Near Colorado ReservoirOfficials with the Colorado Department of Parks & Wildlife are trying to find out who shot and killed a bald eagle earlier this month.
Deer Overcrowding Causing Traffic Issues In Southern ColoradoIn Colorado Springs, city officials are working on a plan to tackle deer overcrowding.
Officials Warn Warmer Weather Means More Moose Near TownAs snow melts and grass turns green, moose are on the move and getting in close contact with residents in Breckenridge.
Wildlife Officials Warn Of Harmful Mussels: 'They Can Spread & Invade'As the weather warms up, more and more Coloradans will be cooling off at lakes and reservoirs.
Residents Reminded To Be 'Bear Aware' As Hibernation EndsIt's the time of year when bears are waking up from hibernation across Colorado.
Fishery Technicians Stocking Ponds & Lakes Ahead Of Fishing SeasonColorado Parks and Wildlife is stocking ponds including Lake Nighthorse near Cortez.
Got A Valid Fishing License? Now Is The Time To RenewIt's the time of year for anglers of all ages to get their hands on a new fishing license.
4 Mountain Lions Cross Woman's Backyard: 'I'm A Little Worried'In Colorado, spotting a wild animal in your neighborhood is far from unusual.
Disease-Resistant Rainbow Trout Readied For State's RiversWhen you hold 'hope' in your hands, you wear gloves. You dress in several layers. And, occasionally, you take a break and stand by the heater. 
Guns, Tactical Vests Stolen From State VehicleThree rifles and four law enforcement tactical vests were stolen from a Colorado Parks & Wildlife truck Thursday night in Fruita. 
Wolf Reintroduction Debate Heats Up In ColoradoActivists are working at the grass-roots level to change public opinion as they hope to eventually reintroduce packs of wolves into the Colorado wilderness.
Buck Pulled From Ditch Twice Amid Urban Hunting ProposalColorado Parks & Wildlife officials had to rescue a buck twice from the same ditch on the same day.