Colorado Bears are on the Move
Every time a bear gets a treat, a bird feeder, a hummingbird feeder, or trash, it teaches the bear that people mean food.
Recapping Bear Activity in Colorado in 2021
We need help from local communities to develop strategies to secure garbage and other attractants across bear habitat.
Colorado Big Game License Basics
Video Series: Join Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff as they discuss the basics of Colorado’s big game limited license system.
CPW Wildlife Officers Rescue Entangled Bull Elk
Parks and Wildlife officers rescued a bull elk that had become entangled in roping and was hung up on several trees near Golden High School.
Colorado Outdoors Podcast: Episode 22 – Record Year for Kokanee Spawning
Statewide, Colorado Parks and Wildlife collected an estimated 8.5 million kokanee salmon eggs this season.
2021 Colorado Outdoors Photo Issue Video
The Photography Issue captures breathtaking images of Colorado’s amazing wildlife and reminds us why we choose to live life outside!
Watch for wildlife, avoid collisions during daylight saving time
As the sunlight fades during high-volume commutes, Colorado Parks and Wildlife asks drivers to stay alert and share roads with wildlife.
Dove Hunting 101: Decoys
In this video, Bryan Posthumus, Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Statewide Hunter Outreach Coordinator, explains how decoys can be a game-changer for your dove hunting season.
You Can Help Keep Bears Wild!
Black bears in Colorado are entering hyperphagia and will spend up to 20 hours a day trying to fatten up for winter.
Aerial Fish Stockings in Colorado
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will stock nearly 275,000 fish into 240 mountain lakes this 2021 summer. Tag along on this mid-August day as cutthroat trout are getting a lift up to Colorado’s alpine lakes!
When Mule Deer Survival and Mountain Lion Studies Meet
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials observed a compelling intersection of two wildlife projects when a deer wearing a GPS satellite collar gave off a mortality signal.
Colorado Big Game Hunting Series: Part 6 – In-Field Scouting (Phase 1)
Join Nate on an elk scouting trip where he identifies food and water sources, bedding areas, and explains the importance of timing your scouting trip.
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