Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Some estimates show cutthroats are now found in just 14% of their historic natural habitat
More Colorado fishing holes have closed this year than in the past 10. Anglers are rushing to fill their freezers.Dan England Outdoors Primary category in which blog post is published
What’s killing Mount Evans’ mountain goats? A research team is collecting their poop to solve the mystery.Jennifer Brown Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Opposition grows to new Colorado rule requiring purchase of hunting, fishing license to access some public lands
A lawsuit and a group of hikers, climbers and paddlers are pressuring Colorado Parks and Wildlife to adjust the new rule, which applies to people who aren’t hunting and fishing.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife said a team with tracking dogs located the bear on the backside of Aspen Mountain before tracking it to a mine shaft and killing it
Coronavirus has led to record crowds on Colorado’s public lands and plenty of “knucklehead” situations
Don't be that guy: Put out fires, know the rules, have backup plans and be prepared.
Hunting, fishing licenses required (even if you don’t hunt or fish) for hundreds of Colorado wildlife areas
Rule approved last month applies to State Wildlife Areas and State Trust Lands, which can contain popular stretches for boating and other recreation
Colorado Parks and Wildlife found a parasite that can lead to hydatid disease in the scat of a wolf pack in Moffat County. Opponents of reintroduction call it a “major public threat” while supporters call it “not news.”
The lottery-funded trust hopes to streamline its grantmaking process to allow larger-scale projects and equitable distribution of funds
Colorado researchers spent decades trying to save disappearing rainbow trout. Finally, they’re making progress.
Genetics from Germany and a hardy cross with Gunnison River trout seem to be overcoming a nightmarish parasite that causes deadly whirling disease
Rafters are betting Colorado’s “safer-at-home” rules will ease as people flood outfitters with reservation requests. But will the water last?