A landowner found the eagle dead about 14 miles east of Platteville, Colo.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Wildfires can make creeks and rivers boiling hot and clogged with debris, turning habitats fatal for aquatic species.
When unprepared owners surrender their captive wolves and wolf-dogs, this southern Colorado sanctuary takes them in.
While Costilla County has only 3,524 residents, due to its unique history it has more than 45,000 landowners, mostly absentee.
Wolves and wolf-dogs born into captivity face a bleak future. The Mission: Wolf sanctuary gives them a home.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which leases 30 percent of the public lands it manages, doesn't have the money to pay for those leases.
There’s new science on chronic wasting disease.
Manure runs downhill. It’s just a matter of where it ends up.
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.