Colorado statewide fishing report and conditions from CPW for the week ending January 17, 2020.
About 95% of BLM employees already work in the western United States. Why did the administration prioritize moving the agency's leadership away from Washington, D.C.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife believes gray wolves may be present in the northwest part of the state.
The Colorado Secretary of State has determined there are enough valid signatures on a petition to allow voters to decide whether to reintroduce the gray wolf to the state.
Camping and outdoor recreation are great ways to bond with nature. While you have many items to bring and activities to do, keep in mind the wilderness has certain dangers most people aren't typically exposed to. There are certain camping risks everyone should know for the best experience.
Fishing report and conditions across Colorado for the week ending January 3, 2020.
Water managers from throughout the Colorado River Basin took the stage at the Colorado River Water Users Association conference earlier this month to talk about conserving water in the face of the twin threats to the river: increasing demand and climate change.
A new initiative made up of public, private and nonprofit groups has chosen part of Southwest Colorado as a project area to increase forest restoration and recreation.
Backers of a proposal to re-introduce gray wolves to Colorado have submitted over 200,000 signatures to place a question before voters on the 2020 ballot - but face opposition.
To settle a 143-year-old debt, The Bureau of Land Managment is considering the transfer of nearly 18,000 acres to Colorado.