Lawmaker Wants To Expand Bear Hunting Into The SummerHunters kill a thousand bears in Colorado a year on average, but one state lawmaker says if the hunting season was expanded it would decrease the number of bear encounters with humans.
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.
Lawmakers Seek Changes To Colorado Bear-Hunting SeasonColorado's black bear population is booming, and state lawmakers are grappling with what to do to reduce conflicts between humans and the animals.
Gray Wolf Decision Could Have Big Ramifications In ColoradoThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is deciding if gray wolves should remain a protected species in Colorado.
Court Upholds Decision On Elk Thinning In Rocky Mountain National ParkA federal appeals court is upholding the National Park Service's decision not to reintroduce wolves to Rocky Mountain National Park to control the elk population.
State Lawmakers Consider Allowing More Bear Hunting State lawmakers are considering a measure allowing more bear hunting.