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2 Cases Of Elk Poaching Investigated Before Hunting Season Begins

SILVERTHORNE, Colo. (CBS4)– Two cases of bull elk poaching have wildlife officers concerned. They hope the public can help them track down the poachers. 216 more words


Hunters - Be Extra careful during rifle season

DURANGO, Colo. – As the big game hunting season continues Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters to be careful in all aspects of their hunting adventures. 664 more words


5 Reasons Colorado Sportsmen Should Be Excited to Visit the DMV

Let’s face it: Few people like going to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). In fact, the DMV ranks among the top places I try to avoid—right up there with Justin Bieber concerts and dental offices. 651 more words

Things to Do - 'Gold Rush, Colorado Style'

Fall Colors Prompt ‘Gold Rush, Colorado Style’ In State Parks

DENVER — Colorado Parks and Wildlife advises residents to rush for the gold — and red, yellow, orange and brown — in one of Colorado’s 42 state parks this month. 362 more words

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Southwest Colorado Protects Wildlife Habitat

Conservation easements in Southwest Colorado protect wildlife habitat

DURANGO, Colo. – A long-term effort in southwestern Colorado has led to the protection of large swaths of prime wildlife habitat in what is known locally as the Glade. 478 more words

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Young Bull Moose Tranquilized, Moved Back Into Woods

ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4)– A young bull moose was wandering around Arvada on Thursday morning before wildlife officials tranquilized the animal to move him back into the woods. 271 more words


Fishing, Fisher and Fall Colors at Urad Lake

If you are looking to either fish, hike, see the aspens change, wildlife watch or all of the above, you can do far worse than a trip to Urad Lake. 593 more words