Group Sues To Keep Rocky Flats Closed To Public Until Proven SafeWith the potential for wide public access just a year away, several activist groups are suing to keep Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge closed until more evidence proves it’s safe.
Rocky Flats Set To Open Trail Network, Despite Outrage From Concerned CitizensThe Fish and Wildlife Service has wrapped up a sharing session about plans to widely open public access to the Rocky Flats Wildlife Refuge.
Sanctuary Owner Claims Death Threats After Animals EuthanizedOne of the owners of the Lion's Gate Sanctuary in Elbert County that euthanized all 11 of its animals says she's received death threats.
Animal Sanctuary Under Investigation After Euthanizing Lions, Tigers & BearsFederal and local authorities are investigating whether the Lion's Gate Sanctuary in Elbert County violated laws last month when it euthanized all 11 of its animals.
Court Removes Obstacle To Releasing Wolves In New MexicoA court has removed one obstacle to the federal government's plan to release more endangered wolves in New Mexico over the state's objections, but it wasn't immediately clear whether or when additional releases would occur.
Officials Believe Ducks & Geese Died Due To Waste Dumped In PondMore than a dozen geese and ducks died on a pond in Lakewood.
What Killed Geese, Ducks Under InvestigationFederal agencies have launched an investigation to determine what has contaminated the water in a Lakewood retention pond, killing more than a dozen geese and ducks and sickening at least three more.
Groups Rekindle Battle Over Lesser Prairie ChickenFour months after the federal government gave up a court fight to keep the lesser prairie chicken on the endangered species list, environmentalists say there's new evidence that warrants listing the bird again.
Judge Says U.S. Should Reconsider Habitat For Canada LynxA federal judge says the U.S. government was wrong to exclude portions of five western states when it designated critical habitat for the imperiled Canada lynx.
US Proposes Hunting For 1st Time On Baca Wildlife RefugeThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says parts of the Baca National Wildlife Refuge in southern Colorado could be open to hunting for the first time to help manage elk, other big game and migratory game birds.
US Wildlife Workers Plead Guilty To Poaching-Related Charges In ColoradoColorado officials say two U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees pleaded guilty to poaching-related charges.
Plan To Protect Colorado Wildlife ApprovedA comprehensive plan to protect wildlife in Colorado has been approved by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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