Feb. 25 was a lucky night for a wandering elk, but not so much for Becky Davis, who was traveling northbound on Highway 139 around mile marker 48 when she had to turn her vehicle hard to keep from hitting an elk. She said that before she could correct herself, the car rolled, landing on its roof. Davis was able to free herself from the seatbelt and crawl out the window, walking to the ambulance under her own power. Davis’ brother, who works for the fire department, commented, “We just put new tires on her car today.”
RBC I Park rangers have reopened two river campsites at Pot Creek, which are located along the Green River in the Canyon of the Lodore. The campsites had been closed due to bear activity in […]
RBC I With recent media reports of pet conflicts in the Denver area, Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind state residents that coyote activity increases in winter, as coyotes pair up to breed.