Friday, January 15th, 2021


CPW finds elk herds mainly unaffected by Cameron Peak Fire

A herd numbering upwards of 2,000 elk was seen on Jan. 7 when CPW was surveying this unit to look at population demographics and how the animals fared following the Cameron Peak Fire (photo courtesy of Jason Clay/CPW) FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Despite burning 208,913 acres across Larimer County from August through December, it does not appear the Cameron Peak Fire had short-term impacts on the elk herds in Larimer County.  Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologist Angelique Curtis took flight in a Bell 407 helicopter to survey the elk herdsRead More

Colorado begins wolf reintroduction plans OK’d by voters

Lisa Reynolds, the state’s first assistant attorney general, told the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission her office expects years of litigation over the federal delisting of wolves, which took effect Jan. 4.

Governor Polis Deploying Colorado National Guard to Washington, D.C. for Presidential Inauguration

At this time, the State will deploy at least 200 members of the National Guard to Washington, D.C. and this is subject to change.