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Wildlife Commission Puts Moose Hunting Limits Around Brainard Lake

NEDERLAND, Colo. (CBS4) – The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is setting limits on moose hunting around Brainard Lake near Nederland.

The new limits come after a bow hunter shot and killed a moose near a wildlife viewing area. 36 more words

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CPW approves changes to Colorado Big Game Hunting regulations

Big news for Colorado big game hunters!

Commissioners received briefings on a variety of possible changes over the past several months and approved the following changes for the 2015 Big Game season:

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A Week Full of SOLE

Last week, the SOLE team was put to work with packed days of SOLE field trips and in-class presentations.  This busy week gave us a preview into the upcoming SOLE spring schedule…get ready for a full schedule of… 290 more words

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It's The Time Of The Year Coyotes Become More Aggressive

CASTLE PINES, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have issued a warning for people to be cautious after a recent increase of coyote attacks on pets. 238 more words

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A Civic-Minded Pennock Elementary

Last week, Pennock Elementary visited the Colorado Supreme Court and Judicial Center in downtown Denver.  Since SOLE is part of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, as a state agency, we felt a field trip to the Judicial Center was important to a greater understanding of how branches of government work overall and in Colorado.   146 more words

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Officials: Dog Owners Face Fines Over Wildlife Harassment

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — State wildlife officials are cautioning dog owners not to let their pets chase vulnerable wildlife during the winter, saying some people have been fined because of their animals’ actions. 116 more words

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Biologists Begin Long-Term Lynx Monitoring Program

DURANGO, Colo. (AP) — Biologists have begun a long-term monitoring program to determine how lynx are faring in the southern Rockies.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologist Scott Wait said Tuesday the goal is to see if the general population of the large-footed felines is increasing or decreasing. 101 more words

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