The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirms DNA tests on an animal shot by a coyote hunter on April 29 near Kremmling prove the animal is in fact a wild gray wolf.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reopening the Byers Canyon Shooting Range near Hot Sulphur Springs.
There’s been another delay in a landowner’s legal fight to punish a top government official for trespassing. The case focuses on hunting and Colorado’s natural resources executive director.
He’s a high-ranking executive in the state government and even oversaw the creation of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, but now Mike King is under fire because a case of illegal hunting is being reopened.
Looking for something to do this weekend? How about the International Sportsmen’s Exposition?
Hikers and hunters aren’t seeing eye to eye this week after one of the latter legally killed a moose with a bow and arrow last weekend.
Prosecutors say a western Colorado outfitter pleaded guilty to a federal wildlife charge after he was accused of capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats to make hunting easier for clients.
Colorado hunting regulators say they’re investigating what caused a statewide licensing failure on a major day for big-game licenses.
A man who was once part of a group that guides clients on mountain lion hunts has pleaded guilty to federal wildlife crimes.
The citation for trespassing while hunting against the head of Colorado’s wildlife department has been dropped.