A 48-year-old northwestern Montana man who accidentally shot a Colorado hunter in the leg last month is charged with negligent endangerment.
A boycott by hunters opposed to Colorado’s new laws meant to curtail gun violence has failed to materialize.
Colorado wildlife officials say they see no signs that hunters across the country are boycotting Colorado because of new laws meant to curtail gun violence, but they won’t know for sure until October or November.
Gaspar Perricone got a child-size .22-caliber rifle for his first birthday. In high school, he went duck hunting before class and stowed his shotgun in his pickup
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering fish and hunting issues.
Gov. John Hickenlooper said the Colorado brand needs a makeover so everyone knows what amazing opportunities the state has to offer. He made his proposal at Tourism Day at the state Capitol on Tuesday.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife authorities issued 22 citations and inspected about 180 vehicles during a wildlife check on Interstate 70 in November.
Colorado parks and wildlife commissioners have adopted changes in the state’s regulations for hunting turkeys, now that the birds’ growing numbers are starting to cause problems for farmers and ranchers.
Colorado wildlife authorities say the state’s small moose population faces a frustrating threat: sloppy hunters who think they’re aiming at elk.
On Wednesday the Division of Wildlife is set to get its first look at a proposal to change some hunting rules in Colorado.