4-Year-Old Gray Wolf Collared After Being Tracked In ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are watching a 4-year-old gray wolf via a GPS collar.
Photos: More Than 50 Bald Eagles Spending Winter At Colorado's Barr LakeA Colorado resident captured images of multiple bald eagles at Barr Lake in Brighton recently -- and wildlife officials say they've counted as many as 53 at the lake so far this winter.
Most Areas Impacted By Cameron Peak Fire To Remain Closed For SafetyMost areas impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in the Roosevelt National Forest will remain closed for safety reasons.
Cameron Peak Fire: FEMA Disaster Declaration Will Help With Rehabilitation Efforts In Wake Of Colorado's Largest WildfireLarimer County has been partially approved for a federal major disaster declaration with the Cameron Peak Fire.
Coyote Pup With Mange Spotted In Colorado SpringsMange is highly contagious and officials said it's another reason for pet owners to protect their pets from coyotes.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Capture Deer, Elk For GPS TrackingLow-flying helicopters will be in the skies over Boulder and Jefferson counties over the next few weeks. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is working to capture mule deer and elk along the Front Range.
Big Horn Sheep Tussle And Cuddle At Breakfast Provided By Colorado Parks And WildlifeWildlife officers get to observe some classic family dynamics when the herd comes for breakfast.
Rescuers Use Straps To Help Elk That Fell Into Icy Pool In LovelandAn elk had to be rescued from a swimming pool in Loveland over the weekend.
Elk Herd Thriving After Being Driven From Habitat Destroyed By Cameron Peak FireWildlife managers are scrutinizing the movements of thousands of elk that not only survived last year’s massive Cameron Peak Fire, but continue to thrive.
Fort Lyon Evacuated: Wildfire Burning on John Martin Reservoir State Wildlife AreaTen agencies are fighting the fire, which is burning in an inaccessible area -- amid heavy winds.
Wildlife Officials: Elk Herd Flourishing Despite Habitat Destroyed By Cameron Peak FireColorado Parks and Wildlife managers say the animals were pushed to lower elevations as the fire expanded, but to places they would have migrated to eventually. They just made the trip earlier than normal. Next summer's behavior, however, is in question.