Baby Moose 'Adopts' Family And Their DogA week-old baby moose abandoned by its mother is warming hearts on social media after she "adopted" a new family that stepped in to help.
Colorado Parks And Wildlife Warns People Not To Pick Up Baby AnimalsAs Coloradans, prepare to head outdoors for the holiday weekend Colorado Parks and Wildlife has an important reminder for everyone--- leave young wildlife alone.
Last Caribou Herd On U.S. Mainland 'Functionally Extinct', Experts SayThe last herd of southern mountain caribou -- known as gray ghosts -- has reportedly dwindled down to the point where wildlife experts are calling them "functionally extinct"
Wildlife At Center Of Debate Over Paved Road For New SubdivisionThere is growing opposition to a proposed 2-lane road for a new subdivision that environmentalists say will damage important deer and elk habitat.
Officials Look To Build More Wildlife Crossings In ColoradoData from a Colorado Department of Transportation road kill survey says drivers in Colorado killed nearly 7,000 wild animals last year, resulting in two human deaths and almost 400 injuries.
Oh Deer! Fawn Gets Stuck In BasementA fawn ended up in a basement in the Green Mountain area.
Mama, 2 Bear Cubs Released Back Into WildA mama bear and her two cubs are getting a second chance at life.
Struggling Month-Old Baltimore Giraffe Put DownA baby giraffe which struggled from the outset was euthanized today at the Baltimore Zoo.
Thousands Flee Wildfires Burning In US And CanadaWildfires barreled across the baking landscape of the western U.S. and Canada, destroying a smattering of homes, forcing thousands to flee and temporarily trapping children and counselors at a California campground.
Bear Scales Jail Fence In DurangoA large black bear ignored visiting hours this week at the La Plata County Jail.
Deputies Have Right To 'Bear Arms' During Break-InSheriff's deputies said they exercised their right to "bear arms" during a recent jail break-in.
Rare Colorado Trout Rescued During WildfireWorkers from Colorado Parks & Wildlife and the United States Forest Service made what was called "a desperate dash" last summer into Hayden Creek.