Manure runs downhill. It’s just a matter of where it ends up.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
A short stretch of the river drops into a narrow channel that allows to run deeper, faster and colder.
Biologists believe these trout were here before settlers stocked the state’s rivers with Rainbow, Brown and Brook trout in the late 1800’s.
The department has spent six years answering questions about people's interactions with bears.
The closure of Squirrel Creek Wildlife Rescue means there's only a single rehabilitation center treating small mammals, songbirds and waterfowl between Colorado Springs and the Wyoming border.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds that bears are naturally scared of people, but sometimes they need to be reminded why.
- Colorado Parks and Wildlife argues they aren't native to Colorado and would threaten livestock and big game animals.Read more
[photo of San Juan basin wells by A.Panoka]