Colorado Parks and Wildlife is asking the public for help in identifying the person who killed a moose in the Dunckley Flat Tops Area near Hayden over the weekend.
Few people spend as much time in the wilderness and outdoors as hunters and anglers, and a new report aims to be a springboard to bring those conservationists and their knowledge into discussions of combating climate change.
CPW's draft plans for deer and elk herd management in portions of the San Luis Valley are now available for comment.
National Forest managers, partners and volunteers in northern Colorado have been hard at work this summer tackling fire and flood recovery work across the vast landscape of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.
Adverse conditions impacting population sustainability led Wyoming's Game and Fish Department to reduce the number of pronghorn antelope hunting licenses available this year.
Technology issue have led Colorado Parks and Wildlife to extend the primary draw application window by a few days.
The application deadline for Colorado's Primary Draw hunting licenses is this week.
Two proposed bills that enable younger Wyomingites to hunt, including those with terminal illnesses, have the support of the Wyoming Wildlife Federation.
In response to a call to reevaluate Wyoming trapping rules, the state is looking at potential regulation changes to prevent unintended consequences involving dogs and other animals.
Are hunters really the biggest conservationists in America?
Joe W., Raleigh, NC
Hunters do play a large part in conservation efforts across the U.S. through their taxes, licenses and donations. In fact, the National Wildlife Refuge System itself was founded by a hunter: President Theodore Roosevelt. That being said, the mere act of hunting alone is not conservation.