Moose Study: Wildlife Officials Tracking Calving Rates In Northern ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are using GPS collars to study moose calving rates in northern Colorado.
Moose Study Tracks Success During Calving SeasonA moose study by Colorado Parks and Wildlife will track the success of moose during calving season.
Moose, Calf Relocated From Breckenridge After Encounter With Dog And HumanA moose and calf in Breckenridge were relocated on Monday after a run-in with a dog and its owner.
Parks And Wildlife Officials Remind People To Stay Vigilant About Spring WildlifeColorado Parks and Wildlife is asking people to stay vigilant that many of their backyards are in wildlife territory.
Wildlife Officers Relocate Moose Family Seen On Public TrailVideo shows Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers tranquilizing a mother moose and her calf in Summit County.
Video: Moose Chases Snowboarders At Breckenridge Ski ResortA moose sent snowboarders scrambling on Sunday -- after charging at them on a run at Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Wildlife Crossing: Law-Abiding Moose Uses CrosswalkA large bull was spotted cautiously crossing the street at a designated crosswalk Sunday evening.
2-Year Study To Help Wildlife Experts Fight Chronic Wasting DiseaseDozens of mule deer in Boulder County will be tagged and equipped with GPS trackers in the coming weeks.
Homeowner Cited For Having Salt Block After Moose Gets Stuck In LineColorado Parks and Wildlife officials say they cited a homeowner in Summit County for placing a salt block outside their home.
Students & School Staff Excited By Moose Visit In NederlandNederland Elementary School was placed on lockout Wednesday after some moose paid students and staff a visit.
Moose Visit Silverthorne Home, Snack On Some FlowersA CBS4 viewer caught to unexpected visitors in her backyard in Silverthorne on Tuesday.
Moose Drowns In Lake After Being Crowded By Onlookers On ShoreA moose drowned in Lake Champlain after people crowded around the animal to take its picture, Vermont wildlife officials said.
Moose Released Into More Ideal Conditions After Visiting GreeleyColorado Parks and Wildlife officers released a bull moose into his new home in the mountains after he'd been making a few too many stops in Greeley.
Environmental Concerns Leads To Moose Tracking In Rocky MountainsThere's a new king in the Rocky Mountain wetlands. Moose are increasing in population.
1, 2, 3... Rangers Count Moose At Rocky Mountain National ParkFor the first time, rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park are putting GPS collars on some of the moose to get a better idea of how many live there.