Rescued Baby Elk Did Not SurviveThe baby elk that was rescued after he was found injured and separated from his mother, had to be euthanized.
Parks And Wildlife Working To Rehab Injured Baby ElkColorado Parks and Wildlife is working to rehab a baby elk with a fractured leg.
Officer Helps Save Baby Elk That's 'Part Of Our Community'A baby elk found alone and injured in Estes Park was taken to a local veterinarian after wildlife officials told police to kill the animal.
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.
Watch: Elk Walks Into Estes Park StoreFile it under something you don't see every day, but an elk decided to do a little shopping in Estes Park.
Photographer Snaps Pic Of Moose That Appears To Have Elk AntlersA photograph of a moose in the Arapahoe National Forest and posted on a Colorado photographer's Facebook page is spreading quickly on social media sites.
Elk Stuck In Plastic Basketball HoopAn elk in Evergreen was spotted sporting an unusual accessory-- a child's basketball hoop.
Rocky Mountain National Park Asks You To Help Friends BehaveRocky Mountain National Park has released a list of tips for well-behaving guests to share with their poorly mannered friends.
Boulder County Mulls Hunting As Elk Management ToolIt has become clear that a herd of stationary elk on Rabbit Mountain is causing damage to the unique ecosystem. The fix will likely consist of multiple tools, one of which could be hunting.
Wolves Kill 19 Elk In Rare 'Surplus Killing' In WyomingThe Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed that 19 elk, 17 calves and 2 cows, were found near a feedground Wednesday morning.
Elk Cause Traffic Jam In Estes ParkA traffic jam in Estes Park had drivers slowing just outside town on Sunday.
Wildlife Managers Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts To Animals A ConcernWaves of heavy snow and extreme cold are creating some of the most most extreme conditions in parts of Colorado in more than three decades, and that could lead to big problems for the state's wildlife in those areas.