MEEKER I A prominent poaching case solved by CPW in 2013 has yielded a $10,000 donation to the Meeker Sportsman’s Club. The club will use the funds to augment current programs to promote shooting sports and the purchase of associated equipment. District Wildlife Manager Jon Wangnild of Meeker, who died in a horseback riding accident […]
RBC I Nicholaus J. Rodgers, 32, of Medford, Ore., one of a group of outfitters working out of Mack, Colo., located just south of Rio Blanco County, who was involved in an extensive lion and bobcat poaching scheme in western Colorado and eastern Utah, has received his sentence in U.S. District Court in Denver.
DENVER I Colorado Parks and Wildlife has concluded a three-year poaching investigation involving a Kansas man who owns property in Teller County and his brother who resides in Pagosa Springs.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife investigators are asking the public for help in finding the person or persons responsible for killing and abandoning three mature, high-quality bull elk near the town of Dinosaur recently.
RANGELY I Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are asking the public for any information that can help identify the person or persons who shot and abandoned a mule deer buck along Rio Blanco County Road 116, south of Rangely.
RANGELY — The Colorado Division of Wildlife is seeking information about a poaching incident on County Road 116, south of Rangely.
SALIDA — A Michigan man was fined $15,000 after being convicted of three charges related to killing a Colorado mountain goat without a license. Burt Vincent, 60, of Jackson, Mich., also faces a potential lifetime suspension of his hunting and fishing privileges in Colorado, Michigan and 28 other states.
MEEKER — A former Meeker outfitter was sentenced Dec. 5 in Rio Blanco County District Court for poaching violations.
RBC — Rodney Culverwell was recently sentenced in Moffat County for four felony convictions for the shooting deaths of four elk last winter on his property.
MEEKER — There may be differences between the ranching community and the Division of Wildlife, but everyone at last Thursday’s meeting here agreed they needed to avoid a situation like what happened in Moffat County.
CRAIG — The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) has completed a six-week investigation into the shooting of at least 34 elk on two Moffat County ranches.