Unable To Fly, CPW Sends Sharp-Shinned Hawk To Pueblo Wildlife CenterWildlife officers are working to rehab a sharp-shinned hawk that is currently unable to fly.
CPW Teams Up With U.S. Army To Relocate 750 Lb. Bull MooseColorado Parks and Wildlife officials enlisted the help of the U.S. Army to relocate a 750 lb. moose in Colorado Springs.
Habitats Destroyed? Wildlife Officials Survey Flash Flood Damage In Larimer CountyRecent flash flooding in northern Colorado is not only a concern for people who live in the area, but also animals whose habitats were destroyed.
Swim Beach At Chatfield State Park Reopens After Closure Due To E. coliThe swim beach at Chatfield State Park reopened Wednesday after it was closed Tuesday due to the presence of E. coli.
Swim Beach Closed At Chatfield State Park Due To Presence Of E. coliThe swim beach at Chatfield State Park closed Tuesday due to the presence of E. coli.
Deer Are Not Pets: Colorado Springs Resident Cited For Keeping Fawn IndoorsWildlife officials cited a person in the Colorado Springs area for keeping a fawn as a pet.
CPW Partners With CSU To Study Wolf Reintroduction Stakeholder Engagement ProcessColorado Parks and Wildlife announced a new partnership with Colorado State University on Thursday.