Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge
One of the best parts of summer is spending time in the great outdoors and one of the perks of being outdoors is wildlife viewing. Stop by one of our state parks or national parks and check out the local fauna, or take advantage of a wild animal sanctuary to see more exotic wildlife. There is still plenty of time this summer in which to take a hike and look and animals. Bring the family or spend some time alone in these wildlife viewing areas.
The first in a series of prescribed burns planned at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge in the northeast Denver area was postponed on Tuesday.
The uninitiated might see only the empty, miniature vodka bottles and ghostly plastic shopping bags littering a vacant lot in northeast Denver. Wildlife biologist Stacie Gilmore’s trained eyes scan a pool of drainage water and pick out red-winged blackbirds hiding in the cattails.
Hundreds of young people will be clearing weeds and planting trees from Hawaii to Vermont under a federal program that depends largely on private funding, the U.S. interior secretary said Thursday.
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell is visiting Colorado to make an announcement about youth jobs on federal public lands.
Colorado is getting $2.2 million in federal funds to pay for a new trail link in a Denver-area network, and to improve access to Rocky Mountain National Park and Chimney Rock National Monument.
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood are visiting the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge outside Denver.
The man who confessed to murdering his girlfriend’s teenage sister is also being charged with sexual assault.
A nine-mile (14.5-kilometer) do-it-yourself Wildlife Drive opens on Oct. 13, augmenting hiking trails and occasional bus and guided bike tours.
There are hundreds of spots in the state for viewing Colorado’s wide array of wildlife. Here are some CBS4 has featured in recent years on Colorado Getaways.