# Colorado parks and wildlife
Council seizes land Vail Resorts planned for affordable housing
(Katie Musial on Unsplash) (Vail, Colo.) Vail Resorts’ plan to spend $17 million to develop affordable housing for 165 employees hit a roadblock Tuesday when the Vail town council voted to condemn the parcel developers planned to use.
7 tips to protect your dog from rattlesnakes
Dogs training at the Rattlesnake Avoidance Clinic.Franktown Animal Clinic and K-9 Friends. (Franktown, Colo.) - As the weather heats up, rattlesnakes become more active. Even though Colorado Parks and Wildlife say humans pose a greater threat to rattlesnakes than rattlesnakes pose to humans, knowing what to do when you spot one could help keep you and your four-legged friends safe.
Tree holding bald eagle nest blown over in windstorm
A side-by-side comparison of the bald eagle nesting tree, before and after, it blew down at Barr Lake State Park.(Colorado Parks and Wildlife) (BRIGHTON, Colo.) A cottonwood tree that was home to an active bald eagle nest at Barr Lake State Park was blown over in a recent storm, officials said.
After being early adopter of electric vehicles, Colorado’s interest wanes
(Michael Marais on Unsplash) Colorado dropped from among the top three states to adopt electric vehicles (EVs) last year to No. 23, according to a report from QuoteWizard by LendingTree LLC.
Mountain lion found hiding under deck in Boulder neighborhood
A mountain lion was reported under this deck in Boulder on Sunday morning.(Photo by Jason Clay/CPW) (BOULDER, Colo.) A mountain lion was relocated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers Sunday morning after being found under a deck at a home on 23rd Street and Panorama Ave, according to the agency.
CPW officers give elk meat to man who lost home in Marshall Fire
Wildlife officer Sam Peterson (left) poses for a picture with Fleetwood Mathews (right) after donating elk meat to him on Friday, Jan. 28.(Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
CPW collars Colorado-born Gray Wolf pup for the first time ever
A photo of 2202, the first gray wolf born and collared in Colorado. The female pup was fitted with a GPS collar in North Park on Feb. 9.(CPW/Eric Odell) (WALDEN, Colo.) Colorado Parks and Wildlife collared a Colorado-born gray wolf pup for the first time ever Wednesday in North Park.
Colorado wildlife officers rescue bull elk tangled in rope
This bull elk got roping entangled in its antlers and later became stuck to several trees on Tuesday morning.(Photo by Jason Clay/Colorado Parks and Wildlife) (GOLDEN, Colo.) A bull elk entangled in rope near Golden High School was saved by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers Tuesday after it became hung up and stuck on several trees.
Moose rescued by wildlife officers after being trapped in basement
CPW officers rescued a moose that had become trapped in the basement of a house in Breckenridge on Monday.(Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife) (BRECKENRIDGE, Colo.) Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers saved a moose on Monday after it entered a home in Breckenridge and was trapped in the basement.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife buys metro Denver shooting park
Colorado Clays(Photo courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife) (BRIGHTON, Colo.) Colorado Parks and Wildlife has finalized a purchase of the Colorado Clays Shooting Park in Adams County near Denver.
Kick off 2022 with First Day Hikes at Colorado state parks New Year's Day
(Matthew Brodeur/Unsplash) (DENVER, Colo.) Coloradans statewide are invited to take part in kicking off 2022 this Saturday by hiking in state parks and experiencing the state's natural beauty.
Colorado wildlife officials confirm first livestock kill by wolf
Gray Wolves are currently still an endangered species in Colorado.(Michael LaRosa/Unsplash) (WALDEN, Colo.) Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers have confirmed the first livestock death by a wolf in Colorado in decades.