The Bureau of Land Management is accepting comments from the public about a proposal to raise entrance fees at the Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.
Many deciduous trees put on a dazzling fall foliage display. But coniferous evergreens hold on to their needles and stay green. A biologist breaks down these different survival strategies.
An RV offers a fun way to enjoy the outdoors; you can relax right in the middle of nature. Colorado provides an especially ideal destination for this because of its beautiful Rocky Mountain scenery and wide range of RV-friendly campgrounds. However, you may feel a need to alter your plans because of how overwhelming buying an RV can be. We provide several things to consider so that you can find your ideal recreational vehicle and get out there without a hitch.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) signed a Shared Stewardship Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) at the state capitol. This agreement establishes a framework for federal and state agencies to collaborate better, focus on accomplishing mutual goals, and respond to ecological, natural resource, and recreational challenges and concerns for our 24 million acres of forest lands in Colorado.
The BLM has lifted fire restriction put in place earlier in October due to an unseasonably dry and windy fall in Colorado.
Adoption of wild horses and burros has increased by 54 percent under a BLM incentive program.
Good water fowl hunting is expected in Colorado according to CPW
Southeast Colorado is at high risk for fires through the weekend.
There's no wrong time to pack your bag and spend the weekend at a campsite, but for those who've never done it before, getting there can seem daunting. That's okay--in fact, if you're not worried, you're even more likely to show up completely unprepared. Save yourself the stress with these tips for beginner campers. If you take the time to do a little research and preparation, your first camping trip will be a successful start to the many more amazing adventures to come.
About 168,000 signatures have been collected by a group seeking to return the gray wolf to Colorado.