Living with Wildlife

Living with Wildlife

There are many resources to help you if you are experiencing wildlife conflict or are concerned about wildlife interactions. Colorado Parks and Wildlife can help with concerns with big game animals including deer, elk, pronghorn, sheep, goats, bear, and moose. Contact the Northeast Region Colorado Parks and Wildlife office at 303-291-7227 if wildlife poses an immediate danger. For smaller wildlife please contact Jefferson County Animal Control or the animal control department in your jurisdiction, or see below for pest and nuisance wildlife management resources.

In most cases, wildlife conflict can be avoided through thoughtful actions in your home and never feeding or interfering with wildlife behavior. View tips on avoiding wildlife conflict and specific information on living with bears, coyotes, mountain lions, moose, fox, and more.

Additional materials and resources on wildlife management are available from CSU Extension.

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1. Pest Wildlife and Wildlife Conflict
2. Hunting and Fishing
3. Conservation and Habitat Protection
4. Living with Wildlife