An elk is back in the wild after getting itself in quite the predicament in Snowmass Village on Thursday.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved lowering the number of licenses available for hunting mule deer, elk and pronghorn.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering cuts for big game hunting for elk, deer and pronghorn sheep this year.
State wildlife biologists say hunters in Colorado last year harvested about 43,400 elk, down about 9.5 percent from 2010.
Colorado wildlife authorities say the state’s small moose population faces a frustrating threat: sloppy hunters who think they’re aiming at elk.
Three Douglas County men have been given stiff fines after they were caught reselling Colorado big-game licenses on Craigslist.
An Evergreen woman is trying to save an elk that is in a tangled mess. The elk has what appears to be a clothesline twisted in its antlers.
It’s a sight visitors and residents in mountain towns like Estes Park are used to, but seeing an elk crossing the street in the Denver metro area? It happened on Friday.
The Colorado Division of Wildlife says hunters harvested a record 12,301 pronghorn last year as access to licenses and lands grew.
Colorado officials are reminding people to keep their pets under control in the winter.
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