Northwest Colorado anglers who have liked Colorado Parks and Wildlife on Facebook and followed the agency on Twitter already have picked up on some valuable information to guide their spring fishing trips.
Feeding wildlife attracts predators, spreads diseases
Mike Porras, public information officer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said feeding the animals not only has a variety of negative effects on big game, it also can result in fines under Colorado law.
Funds to be used to reseed public lands affected by Cedar Knob fire
The grant funding was part of $280,000 awarded this week by Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Habitat Partnership Program. The Bears Ears Winter Range Habitat Enhancement Initiative was the recipient of $100,000 for the project in the Bitterbrush SWA.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is inviting families to come out April 27 for the sixth annual Outdoor Heritage Day in Palisade.
With big-game herds moving back to higher ground, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has reopened the Byers Canyon Shooting Range for 2013.
Recent gun legislation might not affect Colorado’s tourism for hunting in 2013, but it has local outfitters nervous for the future.
Xtreme Mountain Racing, which pits snowmobile riders from Colorado, Wyoming and Utah against one another, finished its season with more championships for Craig riders.
From April 13 to May 26 some 12,000 hunters will take to the fields and woods of Colorado to pursue turkeys on public and private lands.
Charles Black’s winning entry, titled “A Break in the Clouds,” features two greater scaup on a Colorado lake on a cloudy day with a sliver of early morning light illuminating the ducks.
Routt County hunter Lonny Vanatta waited nearly 30 years for the opportunity he got recently to go bow hunting in Mexico.
CPW, Denver Water cite drought conditions for decision
In response to ongoing drought conditions on the Front Range, Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced Friday it would drain Antero Reservoir.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife honored employees during an awards banquet in February in Colorado Springs. Among the winners were two Parks and Wildlife officials based in Steamboat Springs: aquatic biologist Bill Atkinson and property technician Steve Baumgardner.
Antler hunting prohibited at Dinosaur National Monument
As antler collectors travel the backcountry in search of fresh sheds this spring, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking them to avoid stressing wildlife still struggling to survive the cold weather and the lack of forage.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will offer a class on turkey hunting in Grand Junction on March 20. The class, called “Turkey Hunting 101,” will be a one-night affair taught by veteran turkey hunters about one of the fastest-growing hunting activities in the U.S. over the past couple decades.
The latest sports news in Craig and Moffat County, including spring baseball signups, the first games of the season for Moffat County High School baseball, and water aerobics courses in Craig.