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.
Big Horn Ram In Bailey Dies After Eating Food Provided By HumansA big horn ram has died in Durango as a result of people providing it food, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Bear Hangs Out In Tree In SteamboatA bear hung out high in a tree in Steamboat on Wednesday afternoon and drew quite a crowd. The bear finally came down from the tree once the crowd dispersed and it grew dark.
Bear Showing No Fear Shot & Killed By Campers Near Winter ParkA bear was shot and killed by campers on U.S. Forest Service land near Winter Park on Sunday.
Juvenile Bear Keeps Breaking Into Homes In AspenA trap has been set for a bear that's been breaking into homes in Aspen
Bear Activity Surges In AspenIn August, Aspen police responded to 209 bear calls, a significant increase over 2013.
Bear Attack Brings A Reminder About Securing TrashA sheriff's deputy is recovering from severe wounds after being attacked by a bear in Aspen over the weekend.
Colorado Hunter In Crosshairs After Online Bullying By Anti-Hunting ActivistsA picture of a hunter posing on Facebook with her kill, a mountain lion, has put her in the cross hairs of groups that oppose hunting. She claims she's being harassed online by animal activists- some have threatened her life.
Clashes With Bears Spike Sharply In 2012 In his 38 years in wildlife management, Perry Will has never seen a bear season like 2012.
Moose Threatened By Sloppy Hunters, Officials WarnColorado wildlife authorities say the state's small moose population faces a frustrating threat: sloppy hunters who think they're aiming at elk.
Killing Wildlife 'The Hardest Part of Job'There are plenty of people nervous about coyotes around the Anthem neighborhood in Broomfield.
Wildlife Officers Confident They Put Down The Right BearFollowing two separate bear attacks on campers near Aspen over the weekend, a top bear expert with the state says he doesn’t believe bears are targeting humans for food.