Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are alerting people that they shouldn’t be alarmed if they see aircraft flying over backcountry wildlife habitat over the next few months.
While a state commission reviews maps to minimize the impact of the oil and gas industry on wildlife, residents in northern Colorado want to know more about the effect on humans.
It’s a dangerous mix along one Colorado highway — drivers going 65 miles per hour and a lot of wildlife on Highway 9 between Silverthorne and Kremmling. There is now a unique funding source coming forward to help fix the problem.
A new plan intended to minimize problematic coyote-human interactions in Boulder began on Friday with an extensive hazing effort.