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Jennifer Churchill

The mother bear (credit: CBS)

It Could Be Bad News For Bears In Boulder Tree

Wildlife officers hope a mother bear and her two cubs will return to higher ground Tuesday night.

09/03/2013

An image of the bear (Colorado Parks & Wildlife)

Bear Put Down After Breaking Into Homes In Boulder

The 2-year-old bear ransacked one house near 300 Arapahoe Avenue before breaking into the next home on Marine Street searching for more food.

05/22/2013

Coyote (credit: CBS)

With Coyote Attacks On The Rise, People Need To Be More Aware

Wildlife experts say people are getting lax when it comes to coyotes. In a recent case, a little girl in Colorado Springs suffered serious injuries after a coyote attack.

05/22/2013

Staunton State Park is the latest state park to open in Colorado. (credit: CBS)

Colorado’s Newest State Park Dedicated, Open To Public

Colorado’s newest state park- Staunton State Park- is open to the public.

05/17/2013

Staunton State Park (credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

New State Park Very Close To Denver Metro Area To Open Soon

Colorado is about to get a brand new state park and it’s very close to the Denver metro area.

05/12/2013

Coyote (credit: CBS)

2 Coyotes Killed After They Pursue Children In Boulder

Coyotes have made their way into urban areas. In Boulder, for example, in the last month there have been a dozen encounters with people.

03/16/2013

A deer was rescued from an icy lake in Golden in January. (credit: CBS)

Deer Rescued From Middle Of Frozen Lake

Rescue crews worked to get a stranded deer from the middle of a frozen lake in Golden on Thursday.

01/10/2013

Coyote (credit: CBS)

Plan In The Works To Curb Aggressive Coyotes In Boulder

Five reported cases of coyote attacks in Boulder have wildlife officials scrambling to find a way to curb the problem.

01/05/2013

(credit: CBS)

Nearly 2,000 Koi Pulled From Lake In East Boulder

It’s a fish that can brighten a backyard garden, but when koi take over a lake, it can be trouble.

11/19/2012

Michael Smith from Westminster sent in this photo of a coyote on Sept. 4. (Submit a YouReport Photo)

Tracking Program Aimed To Curb Coyote Encounters

The number of coyote encounters and attacks has been spiking in the Denver metro area for more than a year and wildlife officials have been using a tracking program aimed at solving the problem.

11/03/2012

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