Poaching numbers by nature are elusive, but last fall brought a discernible spike in wildlife infractions across the state
Refund requests and challenges to reach vehicle owners outside its “echo chamber” has troubled the launch of the parks pass that underpins CPW’s new financial model
Livestock owners and wildlife advocates raised concerns about CPW’s draft wolf restoration plan in the first of several public hearings.
A group of Sweetwater residents tasked with helping the Forest Service and Colorado Parks and Wildlife craft a plan for the first-of-its-kind state park at Sweetwater Lake ask “are you truly listening?”
CPW revoked the contract for Never Summer Nordic Yurts in the fall and now says the company must remove 10 yurts and cabins by the end of June
Worst-ever outbreak leads to slaughter of 6 million-plus chickens and has killed enough eagles and other raptors to raise wildlife fears.
People living in neighborhoods around Nederland questioned Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s efforts to stop a rash of dog killings and were told their only recourse was adaptation and protecting their pets. Right as the killings started to slow, one lion was shot.
Millions of chickens have been slaughtered, while rare raptors are also in danger and rescue centers become bird hospice
Regulators reacted to the appeal of 6 environmental groups that say data for individual drilling projects isn’t helping solve Colorado’s regional pollution problems
Social, political issues will be harder to manage than animals as wolf recovery rolls out on the Western Slope starting in 2024 , Colorado species conservation program boss says