As oil is increasingly exported from the state via rail some wonder if there's a safer solution.
Wildlife officials worry human activity is driving mule deer populations down in Colorado and beyond.
Since 2001, there have been 16 significant earthquakes in the Raton Basin.
The 21-member group will provide recommendations to the Legislature next year that would reduce land-use conflicts.
Several areas in Colorado could become wilderness, but the going is slow for supporters.
Real estate prices in Northern Colorado are rising because of the increased oil and gas activity in the area, but may go down the closer the rigs are to homes.
The report says scientists don't know enough about the effects on wildlife.