Usually the big bucks know when rifle seasons start, but this high-scoring mule deer buck must have forgot to check the calendar as he was out Saturday afternoon walking up Miller Creek Road about a mile from the bridge that crosses the White River, oblivious to the fact it was hunting season. He stood and ate off the trees about 30 feet from the highway for at least 10 minutes.
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 […]
No, it isn’t a flock of naked turkeys or even turkeys at all. A huge gathering of sandhill cranes gathered in this old hay field, just outside of Jensen, Utah, in mid-December. Jensen is located […]
DENVER I Colorado Parks and Wildlife, in coordination with The Keystone Center, an independent facilitator, is holding a series of meetings across the state this spring in order to receive feedback on a Colorado West […]