RBC I On Friday April 22, Governor Polis, Senate President Fenberg and state fire officials at the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control (DFPC) announced new legislation on wildfire response. The new legislation would […]
RBC | One-third of all bear reports in Colorado last year have been traced back to having trash involved as an attractant. Colorado Parks and Wildlife received 4,943 bear reports in 2020 and 1,661 (33.6 […]
By CAITLIN WALKER | firstname.lastname@example.org RBC | Although Rio Blanco County is in the heart of mountain lion territory, in-person sightings in populated areas are exceedingly rare, happening only once or twice a year at […]
RBC | Each spring, Colorado welcomes an abundance of new young wildlife across the state. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is partnering with the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) to remind residents to keep […]
RBC I A wolf recently sighted and photographed in Jackson County, Colorado, was confirmed by Wyoming Game and Fish to be a dispersing male gray wolf from Wyoming.
This picture is from a Columbian sharp-tailed Grouse lek in northwest Colorado. In the spring the grouse population gathers on their leks or breeding grounds. As part of their mating ritual the males “dance” as […]
RBC I The official start to spring brings the annual reminder from Colorado Parks and Wildlife that bears are emerging from their slumber and beginning the search for food. Residents and visitors to bear country […]
This owl was perched on the rooftop of the editor’s house Tuesday afternoon in Meeker.
MEEKER | In the last week two verified reports have surfaced of rattlesnakes coming down into town in Meeker, one in Sage Hills subdivision and one behind the visitor bleachers at Starbuck Stadium. Additional anecdotal […]
This woodpecker was seen out at the county building in Rangely. Could spring actually be here? RENÉ HARDEN PHOTO