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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Hunters' roundtable planned Wednesday in Fort Collinsat 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24, at the Council Tree Library, 2733 Council Tree Ave., Fort Collins, in Community Room C. Colorado Parks and Wildlife formed the Sportsmen's Roundtable in 2012 to give hunters and anglers a chance to comment on... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
Springfield News-Sun / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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WPXI Pittsburgh
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
WPXI Pittsburgh / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
The Palm Beach Post / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Culling, not hunting, likely solution to deer overpopulation in Colorado Springsright now because if we do it, it'll be (from) September to January. So we're o
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted yesterday
right now because if we do it, it'll be (from) September to January. So we're out of this season already." Frank McGee, of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, told the task force that the west side has between 1,500 to 5,000 deer. "It's mainly because 70... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Scientists worry brain-wasting 'zombie deer' disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Mille
Dayton Daily News / Posted yesterday
Zabel said in an interview with The New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer transmission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be... Read more
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ajc.com
Scientists worry brain-wasting ‘zombie deer’ disease could spread to humansZabel said in an interview with the New York Times. According to Michael Mille
ajc.com / Posted 2 days ago
Zabel said in an interview with the New York Times. According to Michael Miller, senior wildlife veterinarian for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, mule deer submission more than tripled toward the end of 2017, and CWD continues to be prevalent... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Wiggins seeking grant to construct walking trail around Kiowa Parkcould soon boast a new walking trail. City Manager Paul Larino said the town w
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 3 days ago
could soon boast a new walking trail. City Manager Paul Larino said the town was selected to make a presentation to Colorado Parks and Wildlife's State Trails Committee as the last step in a process he hopes will lead the committee to award... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Mussel-Free bill goes before Colorado legislatureThe Colorado legislature will consider a bill that would provide stable funding
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
The Colorado legislature will consider a bill that would provide stable funding for Colorado Parks and Wildlife efforts to keep zebra and quagga mussels out of state waters. The Mussel-Free Colorado Act (HB 18-1008) was introduced Jan. 10 in the... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission approves seasonal closure on antler collectingOn Jan. 11, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted to approve the cre
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
On Jan. 11, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted to approve the creation of a seasonal closure on shed antler and horn collection on all lands west of Interstate 25 administered by CPW or the federal government from Jan. 1 through April... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Study finds Great Outdoors Colorado gives state $507 million economic boostGarcia and Rep. Jeni James Arndt, both Democrats. The lottery provides funds f
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 4 days ago
Garcia and Rep. Jeni James Arndt, both Democrats. The lottery provides funds for GOCO, the Conservation Trust Fund and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Since 1992, the funds have been divided under a formula that gives half (up to a $65 million... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Study finds Great Outdoors Colorado gives state $507 million economic boostGarcia and Rep. Jeni James Arndt, both Democrats. The lottery provides funds f
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Garcia and Rep. Jeni James Arndt, both Democrats. The lottery provides funds for GOCO, the Conservation Trust Fund and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Since 1992, the funds have been divided under a formula that gives half (up to a $65 million... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Concern rises for pronghorns losing their habitat"The herd of about 100 has been here for hundreds of years. So, I am very conce
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 8 days ago
"The herd of about 100 has been here for hundreds of years. So, I am very concerned about their home being taken away." Colorado Parks and Wildlife in Colorado Springs have heard these concerns and have worked with the land developer to figure... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Concern Rises for Pronghorns Losing their Habitat"The herd of about 100 has been here for hundreds of years. So I am very concer
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 8 days ago
"The herd of about 100 has been here for hundreds of years. So I am very concerned about their home being taken away." Colorado Parks and Wildlife in Colorado Springs have heard these concerns and have worked with the land developer to figure... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Colorado Parks and Wildlife participating at Denver Boat Show, Sportsmen's ExpoFriday-Sunday, Jan. 12-14, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Every
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 10 days ago
Friday-Sunday, Jan. 12-14, at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Every ticket sold will contribute directly to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife invasive species program, according to a CPW press release. "Preventing the introduction and... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Christmas trees to improve Loveland fishing pondthis year by improving aquatic habitat at Bass Pond in Loveland. Volunteers wi
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 10 days ago
this year by improving aquatic habitat at Bass Pond in Loveland. Volunteers with the Loveland Fishing Club, working with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Loveland Open Lands Department, bound together and weighted down bundles of recycled... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Christmas trees to improve Loveland fishing pondthis year by improving aquatic habitat at Bass Pond in Loveland. Volunteers wi
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 10 days ago
this year by improving aquatic habitat at Bass Pond in Loveland. Volunteers with the Loveland Fishing Club, working with Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Loveland Open Lands Department, bound together and weighted down bundles of recycled... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Officials: Go see snowy owl at Lake Pueblo, but be respectfultires," Percival said. Since he reported it on Monday, birders and passersby h
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 11 days ago
tires," Percival said. Since he reported it on Monday, birders and passersby have been stopping to see the rare sight. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials say the last time a snowy owl was at Lake Pueblo was in 1984. But lake manager Monique... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Reservoir Release law draft gets water district supportfrom Glade Reservoir. The proposed legislation converts into law a plan Northe
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
from Glade Reservoir. The proposed legislation converts into law a plan Northern Water presented last year, and that the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission signed off on last September, that mitigates NISP's impact on recreational use of the... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Coyote sightings spike in Coloradoto make loud sounds and carry a noisemaker such as a cow bell. Pets should also
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 12 days ago
to make loud sounds and carry a noisemaker such as a cow bell. Pets should also not be left unattended in backyards and pet food should not be left outside. If you encounter an agressive coyote, call Colorado Parks and Wildlife at 303-... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Rare visitor from the Arctic has birders flocking to Lake PuebloPhoto: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Photo: Colorado Parks and Wildlife PUEBLO,
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 13 days ago
Photo: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Photo: Colorado Parks and Wildlife PUEBLO, Colo. - Colorado Parks and Wildlife is urging bird lovers to keep a safe distance as they try to observe a rare snowy owl sighted at Lake Pueblo State Park. April Estep,... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Peafowl cause fair commotion in south Boulder neighborhoodBoulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not co
Colorado Daily / Posted 13 days ago
Boulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not considered native to Colorado, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Star's veterinarian, Peter Rodgers, who happened to be making a house call to Star's residence... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Peafowl cause fair commotion in south Boulder neighborhoodBoulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not co
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 14 days ago
Boulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not considered native to Colorado, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Star's veterinarian, Peter Rodgers, who happened to be making a house call to Star's residence... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Peafowl cause fair commotion in south Boulder neighborhoodBoulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not co
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 15 days ago
Boulder — despite the fact that the birds, which originated in Asia, are not considered native to Colorado, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Kerner's veterinarian, Peter Rodgers, who happened to be making a house call to Kerner's... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Volunteers needed for fish habitat project at River's Edge in Lovelandfor an open lands stewardship project at River's Edge Natural Area, 960 W. Firs
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 17 days ago
for an open lands stewardship project at River's Edge Natural Area, 960 W. First St., Loveland. Loveland Open Lands and Colorado Parks and Wildlife will lead the project to improve fish habitat at the natural area at 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday, Jan.... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Logan County Commissioners move forward on shooting range improvementstargets to walking and static courses at the facility. The grant from the Colo
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
targets to walking and static courses at the facility. The grant from the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Colorado Parks and Wildlife in the amount of $115,000 is the fourth grant since the range opened in October 2016. With the... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Morgan County inmates evacuated to SterlingField Operations deputies, MCSO administrative staffs, the Morgan County RE-3 (
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 19 days ago
Field Operations deputies, MCSO administrative staffs, the Morgan County RE-3 (Fort Morgan) School District and drivers, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Brush Police Department and Fort Morgan Police Department for their organization, planning and... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Say farewell to 2017 with Loveland's top storiesalong with her two children, were taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 21 days ago
along with her two children, were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Ben Swingle, left, fishery biologist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and Jason Duff, assistant fishery biologist, transfer fish from a tank on their boat to a tank... Read more
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The Fort Collins Coloradoan
You can catch monster fish at this Colorado spot, but a SCUBA diver may have ruined itsays per his understanding, it’s always been trespassing to go to certain point
The Fort Collins Coloradoan / Posted 22 days ago
says per his understanding, it’s always been trespassing to go to certain points of the Toilet Bowl. With that being said, Colorado Parks and Wildlife actually manages the recreation there, and they took to Facebook on Wednesday morning to clarify... Read more
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CBS Denver
Coyote Hazing Aims To Reduce Attacks On Petsin the town of Erie are teaming up to haze coyotes, after more than 32 pets wer
CBS Denver / Posted 23 days ago
in the town of Erie are teaming up to haze coyotes, after more than 32 pets were attacked in the past six months. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife and local veterinarian Dr. Bonnie Abbott teamed up to form a community organization, after Abbott... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Erie rallies citizen 'crew' after 32 reports of coyotes attacking petsof incidents in some neighborhoods in which people are reporting alarming encou
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 23 days ago
of incidents in some neighborhoods in which people are reporting alarming encounters with coyotes. At the request of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Erie has put out the call for a "coyote crew" in an effort to muster area residents who can... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Our 31 most-read stories of 2017wildlife officials started offering $20 for each northern pike caught from Gree
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 24 days ago
wildlife officials started offering $20 for each northern pike caught from Green Mountain Reservoir in Summit County. Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists said the predatory fish not only impact native fish in the reservoir, but they could... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Proposed boat stamp would pay for mussel inspectionsHorsetooth Reservoir, which are free of these harmful mussels, after a court ru
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Horsetooth Reservoir, which are free of these harmful mussels, after a court ruling shrunk state funding for the program. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which traditionally paid for the inspections statewide, came up with $100,000, and the Larimer... Read more
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New York Daily News
Family of deer wanders into Colorado shopto feed the deer because you know they are going to keep coming back,” she said
New York Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
to feed the deer because you know they are going to keep coming back,” she said. “It’s not healthy for them,” she added. Colorado Parks and Wildlife warns against feeding animals — which is illegal. “People who feed deer do more harm than good,”... Read more
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Daily Mail
Colorado woman feeds doe and fawns peanut bars who visit storewe enjoy them, but we don't need them to come in the store.' It is illegal to
Daily Mail / Posted 29 days ago
we enjoy them, but we don't need them to come in the store.' It is illegal to feed deer in the state, according to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Deer's diet and proximity to diseases are other reasons people shouldn't engage with... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
True: No Two Snowflakes are the Sameweather forecast. Although both teams didn't have their full squad wrestle Pao
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 30 days ago
weather forecast. Although both teams didn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO GET SOMETHING PERMITTED BY COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE IN THE NEW YEAR -- THERE'S GOING TO BE A WAITING... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Top Stories of 2017: #7 Pastor's Search For Treasure Ends In Tragedyweather forecast. Although both teams didn't have their full squad wrestle Pao
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 30 days ago
weather forecast. Although both teams didn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO GET SOMETHING PERMITTED BY COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE IN THE NEW YEAR -- THERE'S GOING TO BE A WAITING... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Schuman signs with USU Easterndidn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF Y
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 30 days ago
didn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO GET SOMETHING PERMITTED BY COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE IN THE NEW YEAR -- THERE'S GOING TO BE A WAITING PERIOD. WITH 2017 COMING TO CLOSE, WE'RE... Read more
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CBS Denver
Store Owner Learns Her Lesson After Deer Pay A Visitstore property is ‘Don’t feed the deer at all.’ We see them, we enjoy them, but
CBS Denver / Posted a month ago
store property is ‘Don’t feed the deer at all.’ We see them, we enjoy them, but we don’t need them to come in the store.” Colorado Parks and Wildlife agrees that you shouldn’t feed deer. It’s actually illegal because they will become dependent on... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Weather Forecastdidn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF Y
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted a month ago
didn't have their full squad wrestle Paonia took care of Palisade, 46-36. IF YOU'RE LOOKING TO GET SOMETHING PERMITTED BY COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE IN THE NEW YEAR -- THERE'S GOING TO BE A WAITING PERIOD. WITH 2017 COMING TO CLOSE, WE'RE... Read more
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