Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Biologists devised a treatment they hope will save the boreal toad, but first they must catch the tiny creatures to determine if their plan will work
Could a massive southern Colorado ranch become a state park? It’s an idea just “crazy” enough to work.By Jason Blevins Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
Supporters will need 124,632 signatures by Dec. 13 to ask voters next year whether the predator should be reintroduced to the Western Slope. They’ll start gathering them this week.
Colorado wildlife officials have already put down 12 bears this year. Can a new Denver Zoo exhibit help reverse the trend?
Denver Zoo’s Harmony Hill aims to teach visitors how to keep bears -- and themselves -- safe
The state's 85,000 pronghorns are a wildlife management success story, but development on the prairie is conflicting with natural patterns
Wildlife officials hoping man-made dens help orphaned cubs of Colorado’s bad-news bears get back on their paws
The cubs were sent to rehab to unlearn bad behavior taught by their mothers
First efforts to revive populations of Colorado’s state fish seemed fruitless. Then the greenback cutthroat trout surprised everyone — again.
The species -- previously considered extinct -- is thriving in Herman Gulch, off Interstate 70, after initial stocking attempts now appear to be successful
Colorado’s recreation roadmap makes it one of the only states to fuse outdoor play, environmental protection
Colorado needs the 2019 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, or SCORP, to qualify for federal money from the Land and Water Conservation Fund
How the Southwest’s drought has led to a record-breaking increase in invasive mussels on boats coming into Colorado
Lake Powell’s low water levels have given invasive mussels an easier way to latch onto boats and hitchhike into Colorado
Colorado is due for a new state park, but officials hope it won’t take 27 years to develop like the last one
Emboldened by legislation that OK’d increases to fees and licenses, Colorado Parks and Wildlife begins new park planning with access, funding and partnerships on its mind
Aquatic life has already seen its habitat diminished significantly in the throes of drought