Not too worried about having their photo taken or too nervous about nearby humans walking around, these two bucks, still in velvet, were seen grazing on the grass and weeds in this field at 11th and Cleveland streets in Meeker recently. It is that time of year again when deer
A lone deer tries to draw the attention of Russell and Neal George outside the college president’s residence on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely. The deer, which gets some of its meals from a nearby bird feeder, searched for movement behind the sliding glass door for several
RBC I Nearly all wildlife in Rio Blanco County is doing quite well following a wet spring, and some species are doing so well that they may be contributing to the decrease in number of area mule deer.
MEEKER I Following a well-attended meeting in Meeker last month, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will again offer the public an opportunity to learn about mule deer management and the White River mule deer herd, including a discussion of the effectiveness of predator management as a way to boost deer numbers.
RBC I The Colorado Mule Deer Association is announcing the first annual Great Horsethief Shootout to be held Saturday, Aug. 6, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Horsethief Canyon State Wildlife Area in Fruita.
MEEKER | The Colorado Division of Wildlife is inviting the public to a meeting in Meeker on Monday, June 20, to discuss their concerns about a decrease in the White River deer herd with Division wildlife managers and biologists. The meeting is scheduled from 6-8 p.m., at the Rio Blanco County Fairgrounds.