Bear, Mountain Lion Hunting Proposal Under FireTwo wildlife non-profit organizations are suing the federal government over a controversial plan to trap and kill dozens of Colorado’s black bears and mountain lions.
Attacks Prompt Mountain Lion WarningIn the past week, three dogs have been attacked in two different incidents.
Dog Owner Says Lesson Learned After Encounter With Mountain LionA scary encounter took place for a man and his dog in Jefferson County when they came face to face with a mountain lion.
Mountain Lion Caught On Tape In Rocky Mountain National ParkA sighting of a lifetime was caught on tape this morning in Rocky Mountain National Park, when a mountain lion stalked after a pair of coyotes.
3 Mountain Lions Caught On Video In Steamboat Springs YardA homeowner in Steamboat Springs captured three mountain lions walking across her front yard on video.
Hunter Bags Mountain Lion With Fully-Formed Set Of Teeth On ForeheadThe Idaho Department of Fish and Game has released photos of a mountain lion that appears to have a set of fully-formed teeth and small whiskers growing out of it's forehead.
Wildlife Officials Back Off On Mountain Lion Hunting PlanParks and Wildlife in Colorado is backing off a proposal that would have allowed the hunting of more mountain lions.
Peering Into The Secret Lives Of Mountain Lions Through Wildlife CamerasThrough the gulch, over the mountain's grassy saddle, and just off the trail is what appears to be an unimportant bed of pine needles between trees.
More Mountain Lions Could Be In The Crosshairs Next YearColorado Parks and Wildlife is considering a controversial plan to allow more hunting of mountain lions in Colorado. Commissioners met in Craig on Thursday to vote on a proposal to allow the killing of 11 additional mountain lions next year.
UCCS Takes RMAC Title Behind White's 37 PointsPlayer of the Year candidate Derrick White lead his Mountain Lions to their first ever RMAC title with an impressive 37-point performance.
Outfitter Headed To Prison For Illegal Wildcat HuntsA western Colorado outfitter who captured and maimed mountain lions and bobcats to make hunting easier for clients has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.
Outfitter Pleads Guilty To Federal Wildlife ChargeProsecutors 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.