Reward Increased To $5,000 For Arrest Of Mountain Goat PoachersThe reward for leading to the arrest or citation of the poachers that took two young mountain goats has increased to $5,000.
Public Warned To Be Aware Of Roaming Wildlife During WildfiresThe Lake Christine Fire burning near Basalt and El Jebel is now 43 percent contained.
Photos Of Mountain Goats Could Include Those Later Shot & KilledA hiker took photos of mountain goats during her hike as she climbed Quandary Peak. It could have been the last photos of the mountain goats alive, before someone shot and killed them.
Wildlife Officials: 2 Mountain Goats Shot At Point Blank RangeColorado Department of Wildlife officers are looking for information from the public about two mountain goats which were shot and killed on Quandary Peak Trail.
Moose Relocated After Showing Up In Metro Area YardColorado Parks and Wildlife say a 400 lb. moose was found in someone's yard in Westminster.
Search Continues For Person Responsible After Bear Shot, KilledThe search for the person responsible continues after bear was found shot and killed in Jefferson County.
Bear Released By State In 2015 Found Shot To Death Investigators from Colorado Parks and Wildlife say a female black bear was killed illegally and seek to identify the person or persons responsible for its death.
'Hope He Finds His Way Back': Black Bear Caught Wandering NeighborhoodA black bear seen wandering through the Applewood neighborhood in Lakewood Sunday night is becoming a regular around the area.
'They're Just Dying Off': Elk Herds Disappearing In Eagle ValleyMore people and traffic combined with changing weather patterns are being pointed to as factors in the decline.
Leave Fawns Alone, Chances Are The Animals Are Not AbandonedWildlife officers are once again reminding people not to take in fawns they think may be orphaned or abandoned, because it actually could harm the wildlife.
Winter Ticks Making Colorado Moose Weak & SickTicks seem to be unusually bad this year, and a particularly nasty little bug is taking aim at Colorado's moose populations in Summit County.
Six State Parks Switching To 'Reservation-Only' CampingColorado Parks and Wildlife announced Monday a pilot program that ends 'first-come, first-serve' camping at a handful of state parks.