Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hosting a two-hour public meeting in Walden on Dec. 10 to discuss the continuation of a study on moose that will have a new focus on understanding the coexistence with […]
MEEKER | If you can’t drive through Glenwood Canyon, what are your choices? My husband, a Meeker native, was confident of an alternative path over Ripple Creek Pass with less traffic than either the Aspen […]
RBC | Since early June, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have investigated two separate moose conflicts resulting in injuries to three people, and agency officials are cautioning everyone to be extra vigilant this time of […]
RBC I Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind people to give wildlife plenty of room, especially when it comes to moose. The moose population is thriving in Colorado and as the number of moose […]
This bull moose taken by Gerald Morris in the Trappers’ Lake area in the first moose season in this region had a 46-1/2 inch antler spread.
Meeker Town Manager Scott Meszaros was fortunate Sept. 23 to be the first person to ever harvest a Shiras moose in the Upper White River Basin/Flattops Wilderness Region.
A hunter from Highlands Ranch, Colo., pleaded guilty April 1 to a felony and several misdemeanors in a case that highlights a growing concern for Colorado wildlife managers — hunters who fail to correctly identify […]
Moose moved into the White River National Forest on their own, migrating from other areas. Now, with transplants from Utah, the Division of Wildlife is adding to the local numbers in hopes of establishing a […]