Randy Hampton

An image of the drone (credit: CBS)

Wildlife Officials Take On Drone Hunting Controversy

The growing debate over drones used for hunting has wildlife officials tackling the debate.


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Feared Colorado Boycott Over Gun Laws Is A Bust

A boycott by hunters opposed to Colorado’s new laws meant to curtail gun violence has failed to materialize.


A picture of the deer poached by Colorado Parks and Wildlife Ranger Travis McKay (credit: Division of Wildlife)

Wildlife Ranger Admits To Poaching Deer, Co-Workers Upset Over Discipline

A Colorado Parks and Wildlife ranger has been disciplined for poaching but some of his co-workers don’t think the punishment went far enough.


Bear cubs in Golden in August 2012 (credit: City of Golden)

Parks And Wildlife Gets Working On Their Bear Aware Campaign

State wildlife officials in the high country say the weather in upcoming weeks will be critical in determining what bear season will be like.


Randy Hampton with CBS4's Jennifer Brice (credit: CBS)

Expert Answers Viewer Questions About Bears

This week on CBS4 News it’s been “Bear Week.” Colorado Parks and Wildlife says this summer will be the worst season for bears in 10 years.


Randy Hampton

Victim Of Bear Attack Was Banging Pots And Pans

A woman who was mauled by a bear in Trinidad Friday evening was banging pots and pans together on her porch in an effort to scare the bear away before the attack, wildlife officials say.


A picture captured a wild turkey in the Denver Tech Center (credit: CBS)

Turkeys Flocking To Tech Center

Wild birds have been flocking to the Denver Tech Center and the turkeys are responsible for ruffling a few feathers.


Image of a bear in Aspen in August, 2011 (credit: CBS)

Colorado’s Bears Waking Up Early And Hungry

The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife says folks have spotted bears near Colorado Springs, Aspen and in Summit County.


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