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.
Few people spend as much time in the wilderness and outdoors as hunters and anglers, and a new report aims to be a springboard to bring those conservationists and their knowledge into discussions of combating climate change.
Though golf may appear relaxing and civil, it can often involve feelings of frustration and competition. Too often, golfers go to the course looking for a good time, only to find themselves throwing their clubs on the ground with indignation. Golfers can cure these feelings with just a dose of confidence. Read on to learn how to be more confident on the golf course.
Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions for October 10, 2021, from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis gave opening remarks to the country's western governors for a workshop on public land management, touting his state's conservation and wildfire mitigation efforts.
You don't have to love "roughing it" to take in the wonders of the great outdoors throughout the year. Camping means different things to different people. Fortunately, experiencing the joys of nature doesn't mean you must eat a mediocre meal or sleep on the cold, hard ground.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management will start to gather some wild horse in Wyoming this week to manage what the federal agency says is burgeoning herd numbers.
A cooperative effort to restore habitats along the Lower Colorado River Basin is seeing the re-emergence of several threatened and endangered species.
Millions of pronghorn used to roam the West freely. But impediments like road and fences, as well as a changing climate, threaten the species' future.