The United States Air Force Academy and Colorado Parks and Wildlife offer a turkey archery hunting season opportunity.
Travis Duncan and his daughter, Natalie, are on a year-long adventure to explore hunting and outdoor recreation in Colorado.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has concluded a four-year program to restore the Lesser Prairie Chicken to southeast Colorado.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is developing a plan to create trails at Lake Pueblo State Park. Public comments are welcome at an open house set for April 29.
Fishing conditions across Colorado for the week ending April 19, 2019.
Repairs slated for the Crystal Creek Reservoir dam prompt Colorado Parks and Wildlife to issue an emergency fish salvage order.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a new operating agreement at John Martin Reservoir in Bent County.
Travis Duncan writes about his experience throughout the year as he and his daughter participate in Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Rookie Sportsman Program.
Encountering a bear in Colorado can go wrong for both humans and bears. Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers tips to be bear aware this spring.
To guard against the exceptionally high fire risk in the area, Mancos State Park has closed portions of the facility for hiking and camping that are adjacent to the San Juan National Forest. The national forest is under Stage 3 fire restrictions and is closed to public access.
The main areas of the park remain open, including the main campground, the group picnic area and the boat ramp. Anglers can still launch boats onto the reservoir. Two yurts are available to rent. Fishing is allowed from the dam along the remainder of the shoreline on the south side of the reservoir.