U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff at John Martin Reservoir and Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff will host their annual midwinter eagle survey, Saturday, January 8.
Sportspersons from across Colorado are invited to Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Southeast Region Sportsperson's Caucus for updates on a variety of issues.
Naturalist-led hikes amid the peaceful silence of snowy woods makes January a great time to explore Mueller State Park.
Wolves reportedly killed a cattle heifer in northern Colorado, marking the first known case of wolves killing livestock in the state in over 70 years.
The Colorado Parks & Wildlife (CPW) Commission traditionally meets on the eastern end of our state for its November meeting. We do so, in part, to celebrate and highlight the importance of agriculture to Colorado, and the partnerships that farmers, ranchers and other landowners and land managers forge with CPW to provide opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts and to preserve critical habitat for wildlife.
An endangered and extremely rare Black-Footed Ferret made a surprise appearance in a homeowners' garage in Pueblo West.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission
Golden Gate Canyon State Park is offering 250 tree-cutting permits through an online application draw event.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking the public for help in identifying the person who killed a moose in the Dunckley Flat Tops Area near Hayden over the weekend.
Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions from Colorado Parks and Wildlife for October 22, 2021.