Ballot initiatives approved wolf reintroduction in 2020, banned lethal traps in 1996 and changed bear hunting in 1992
Colorado wildlife officials say anonymous tips and social media posts led them to evidence the bears had been shot and dumped on a state trust field
Animal advocacy groups argue the new regulations for more than 350 State Wildlife Areas offer special treatment for hunters and anglers with increased prohibitions on non-wildlife related recreation
Wolf reintroduction on Western Slope is on track for this year, U.S. wildlife officials say; still no word on where wolves will come from
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey has a pointed take on reports that have surfaced recently about members of a Colorado wolf pack beng killed when they ventured across the Wyoming border.
Wipes, paper towers and plastic food wrappers created a blockage preventing the 400-pound black bear from digesting food, officials said
Wyoming officials say they’re muzzled, citing statute that protects the identity of those who legally kill wolves as grounds for not sharing any information with the public or even officials south of the state line.
CPW backs out of 55-year management of wildlife area with five days notice. The new Army Corps management plan will eliminate dispersed camping around the largest reservoir in southeastern Colorado.
The agency is calling on wildlife, recreation and conservation communities to rebuild its broken model
There are more female deer killed by cars than hunters in Colorado every year. Advocates hope three new wildlife crossings on Vail Pass will reduce collisions, improve animal health