1. Wolf kills calf in Colorado in first confirmed depredation since animals' reintroduction

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirmed after a investigation that the calf's wounds were consistent with a wolf attack. By Thao Nguyen, USA TODAY A calf was attacked and killed in Colorado, wildlife officials said Wednesday, confirming the first gray wolf depredation since the anima
  2. Climate change

    Weird Winter At my happy place in Fraser, CO. Winter park/ Mary Jane !!! Fraser River headwaters of Colorado River! A Grand County!!! But it’s super warm. Like MELTING 35-40 highs! Fraser used to be called the ICEBOX of the Nation. Zerex Ave is still a street name. But the snow is
  3. Lauren Boebert slams reintroduction of gray wolves in Colorado

    By Katie Hawkinson Colorado might be making headlines for removing President Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot , but that’s not the only historic move the Centennial State made this week. Colorado also became the first state to reintroduce gray wolves into the state’s wilderness thi
  4. As per the wishes of Colorado voters, 5 wolves were released in Colorado yesterday (12-18-23)!! :)

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife @COParksWildlife A historic day for Colorado and for the first time ever — we released 5 wolves, 3 males and 2 females, in Grand County today. Captured in Oregon, the wolves were evaluated by our veterinarians & biologists, fitted with GPS collars & tran
  5. Day 16 of #AdventOnPost . This is one of my favorite sunset shots, taken in Arches National Park (Several of my favorite sunsets seem to have come from there...). I think we're off to get a Christmas tree today. Hope you all have a great Saturday. #AdventOnPost2023 #Photography #Po