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Wildlife: Wintry weather to take toll on Colorado mule deer

‘Wildlife has been experiencing and surviving severe weather for eons without human intervention’

Staff Report

Harsh winter conditions in northwestern Colorado may take a toll on already struggling mule deer herds, state biologists said last week, explaining that they’ve started a limited feeding program to try and keep ungulates from invading cattle grazing areas. 825 more words


Increase in Vail-area mountain lion sightings may be caused by humans feeding other wildlife

‘We have lions in the area, and in fact, they have been here for quite some time with very few incidents …’

Staff Report

Colorado wildlife managers say recent sightings of mountain lions around Vail may be the result of humans feeding prey animals, especially foxes. 1,139 more words


Cameras Show New Highway 9 Wildlife Overpass Is An Early Success

By Matt Kroschel

KREMMLING, Colo. (CBS4) – Game cameras show animals like deer and a fox are using a first-of-its-kind wildlife overpass built on Highway 9… 269 more words


Video Shows Dangerous Rescue After Residents Attract Moose With Salt Lick

SILVERTHORNE, Colo. (CBS4) – Officials with Colorado Parks and Wildlife are warning people about the hazards of attracting wildlife into residential areas after a homeowner admitted to using salt to attract a moose that got tangled in a backyard swing. 410 more words


Evergreen Man Accused Of Shooting, Killing Bear Cubs Enters Plea

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – An Evergreen man accused of shooting and killing two bear cubs last September made his plea Monday morning.

Daniel Clay Williams, 50, appeared at Jefferson County Court and pleaded not guilty to two felonies. 82 more words


Never sigh wolf

“O, thou wilt be a wilderness again, Peopled with wolves, thy old inhabitants.”

—William Shakespeare, Henry IV, Part II

Well, maybe not. 938 more words