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Wildlife Officers Say Bear Attack On 2 Campers Should Never Have Happened

DURANGO, Colo. (CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife managers are hunting down a bear they say attacked two campers in southwestern Colorado over the weekend. 259 more words

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Campers aren't shy of soggy celebrations this Memorial Day weekend

DENVER —¬†Despite afternoon thunderstorms and more rain in the forecast, campsites are booked through Memorial Day weekend.

According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, camping cancellations across the state were quickly picked up by other eager campers. 90 more words

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WOMEN-ONLY CAST AND BLAST IN COLLBRAN, COLORADO

LADIES, SIGN UP FOR A WOMEN-ONLY CAST AND BLAST IN COLLBRAN


GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – Women interested in learning the basics of shotgun shooting and fly fishing are invited to attend Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s ‘Cast and Blast’ clinic in Collbran, Saturday, June 13 from 8 a.m.

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Wildlife Officials: Black Bears May Stay In Wilderness This Year

SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) РThere is good news about the black bear population in some areas of Colorado: bears might not be roaming through populated areas to get food. 195 more words

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Exploring Barr Lake

Last week, Barr Lake State Park hosted eager SOLE students from Secrest Elementary on a beautiful spring day. Divided into five different groups, Barr Lake education volunteers led the students to five fun stations where they were able to insect sweep, learn about prairie ecology, examine microorganisms under a microscope, hike the boardwalk, and tour the nature center. 100 more words

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Staunton State Park SOLE

This week has been an exciting week for Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s newest state park, Staunton State Park. As a recently opened park, they have been working on their educational programs to offer schools. 99 more words

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Pelicans Solve Fishy Dilemma Plaguing Boulder Biologists

BOULDER, Colo. (AP/CBS4) – The explosion of goldfish in a Boulder lake had officials proposing bizarre solutions, like shocking the fish with electrical currents or draining the lake to remove them. 249 more words

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