RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife has announced the release of four bear-aware videos to educate the public about how to deal with bears in Colorado.
RBC I Park rangers have reopened two river campsites at Pot Creek, which are located along the Green River in the Canyon of the Lodore. The campsites had been closed due to bear activity in the area.
RBC I Colorado’s bears have awoken from their winter’s nap and are again active throughout the state, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife urges state residents in bear country to make sure they aren’t providing any food attractants around residences.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife held a meeting in Rangely on Feb. 1 to discuss the future of the thriving local bear population.
RBC I Luckily there haven’t been any tiger sightings in Rio Blanco County, but bears and lions have been on the minds of law enforcement and wildlife officers in in Meeker and Rangely this summer.
RBC I Each year in Colorado dozens of bears must be relocated or euthanized because of conflicts with humans. These conflicts can often be avoided by following a few simple steps. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking people to do their part to keep bears out of trouble. Bears have awakened from their winter naps […]