Mountain Lion Euthanized After Killing Dog In EvergreenColorado Parks and Wildlife officials had to make the difficult decision to euthanize a mountain lion that had killed a dog in Evergreen, because the wild cat was too sick.
Wildlife Officials: Mountain Lion Trapped After Killing Family's DogColorado Parks and Wildlife officers trapped a mountain lion seen wandering through downtown Evergreen.
Orphaned Bear Cubs Bulking Up, Almost Ready For HibernationThree orphaned bear cubs are almost ready to hibernate for the winter.
Wildlife Experts Rescue Adorable, Juvenile Cooper's HawkColorado Parks and Wildlife experts helped save a baby Cooper's hawk in Colorado Springs.
Skinny Bear Cubs To Be Fattened For HibernationThree underweight black bear cubs who stood little chance of making it through the winter will live the high life for the next month and a half.
Wildlife Officials Trying To Catch Bear That Walked Through Stanley HotelThe Colorado bear seen around the world walking through the lobby at the famous Stanley Hotel could be facing a death sentence if captured.
Wildlife Experts: Record Number Of Invasive Mussels Found On BoatsThe Colorado Parks and Wildlife Department says they've found a record number of invasive mussels on boats this summer.
Hunters Caught Trespassing To Kill Five-Point ElkTwo members of a hunting party from New York state were cited Wednesday for tracking and killing a bull elk on a private ranch property.
Lone Tree Neighbors Receive Reverse 911 For Bear In TreeA bear in a Lone Tree neighborhood prompted a reverse 911 call to residents early Wednesday morning.
Reward Grows In Case Of Poached Mountain GoatsThe Colorado Operation Game Thief organization has increased the award for information which leads to the arrest of who shot and killed two mountain goats, thanks to a concerned community.
Officials Increase Reward In Case Of Killed Mountain GoatsThe Colorado Operation Game Thief organization increased the award for information which leads to the arrest of who shot and killed two mountain goats.
Anglers Asked To Refrain From Fishing In 4 More Colorado RiversLow levels due to drought conditions and insufficient runoff have resulted in abnormally high temperatures in several western Colorado rivers this summer. The temperatures are enough to stress or even kill many of the state's mountain fish species.