Just 40 years ago bald eagles were on the brink of extinction. Now, Colorado sees over a thousand migratory birds and is home to 125 or so nesting mates.
Wildlife and Animals
When winter comes to Denver, so do giant flocks of Canada geese.
Climate change is big. For some, the little lagomorphs can be a way to grasp its reality.
Toby’s main role at CU is to help put students seeking counseling at ease.
The 32-year-old giraffe was a visitor favorite.
The Snowcats Cat Convention debuted in north Denver this weekend, bringing humans together to celebrate the feline.
A 2017 inspection by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found the grizzly bears were stressed in their crowded enclosure.
A new study from the Environmental Protection Agency found fish and other aquatic life in the are are not suffering severe or long-lasting damage.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife are stocking Gunnison River rainbow trout in the Arkansas River near Salida in hopes of recreating natural reproduction there.
The goats are reproducing rapidly. Now might be the best time to reduce or eliminate the animals before they’re too numerous to bring under control.