Special to the Herald Times RBC I Black bears have emerged from their dens and it’s time for Colorado residents to take precautions to help keep bears wild. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are cautioning residents that bear activity in towns and residential areas may be high again this year.
Two does, one to the right and one to the left of the sign marking the designated parking spot for Colorado Northwestern Community College President Russell George, keep a sharp eye out to make sure no one other than George uses his parking spot.
RBC I Because early spring is an especially stressful time for wildlife, Colorado Parks and Wildlife managers are reminding shed antler collectors that pressuring elk and mule deer during this time of the year can create very stressful conditions for big game herds.
RBC | A BLM decision about about the future of energy development along the Little Snake River in northwest Colorado has raised concerns and questions about environmental and wildlife protection in the area.
RBC I The Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) are reminding drivers throughout the state to be extra cautious right now and especially watchful of moose, elk, deer, pronghorn and even bears wandering on roads and highways.
RBC I Roadside reminders are back in the form of lowered nighttime speed limits and/or doubled fines for nighttime speeding within designated wildlife zones.
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers are warning motorists on State Highway 13 south of Meeker to be especially watchful for large numbers of elk congregating on a five- or six-mile stretch of road around mile marker 26.
CRAIG — The Craig Deer Committee has held meetings with the Colorado Division of Wildlife recently to address the problems