RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters that there are still thousands of leftover big-game and turkey hunting licenses available, giving hunters plenty of opportunity to harvest a variety of species and to put fresh, healthy wild game meat on the table. Over-the-counter elk licenses are also now available.
DENVER I The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) announced Aug. 12 that it has withdrawn the proposed rule to list wolverine as threatened in the contiguous United States under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds hunters that there are still approximately 20,000 leftover big-game and turkey licenses are available, giving hunters plenty of opportunity to harvest a variety of species and to put fresh, healthy wild game meat on the table.
RBC I The pika, one of the cutest and toughest little critters in the Rockies, appears to be thriving throughout Colorado’s high country. While news stories have circulated recently that pikas are disappearing from the landscape, Colorado Parks and Wildlife researchers have found populations well-distributed throughout Colorado’s mountains.
RBC I Novice bird hunters are invited to attend Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s “Upland Game Bird Hunting 101” seminar from 6 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 28 at the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Hunter Education Building, 711 Independent Avenue in Grand Junction.
RBC I Cooler mornings and changing weather signal that the hunting seasons are approaching quickly. Eager hunters are preparing themselves and their equipment in anticipation of one of the most exciting times of the year for sportsmen and women.
RBC I Women interested in learning about fly fishing and the basics of shotguns and archery are invited to the women-only Cast, Blast & Twang clinic in Steamboat Springs on Aug. 9.
RBC I For the first time ever, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will offer over-the-county big game licenses all at the same time for elk, pronghorn, bear, deer and turkey, to residents and non-residents, beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) celebrates Colorado’s acceptance into statehood with free access to all Colorado state parks on Monday.
Special to the Herald Times RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will offer over-the-county big game licenses for elk, pronghorn, bear, deer and turkey, to residents and nonresidents, beginning at 9 a.m. on Aug. 5.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reminding women and youth interested in learning how to hunt big or small game – including deer, elk, pronghorn, upland birds or waterfowl – that the deadline to participate in the agency’s Hunter Outreach Program is Aug. 1 before 5 p.m.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Bureau of Reclamation and the Western Colorado Wildlife Habitat Association are sponsoring six, limited, special access archery hunts in the Grand Valley this fall.