Wildlife officers are relocating this sow and cub out of @CityofLittleton. They were hanging out in a backyard near Ken Caryl Avenue & S. Pierce Street. Thank you to @jeffcosheriffco for helping us get them out safely. Ken Caryl Avenue is now back open. pic.twitter.com/QPY3IbPQhy
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) September 9, 2019
Once a year Colorado Parks and Wildlife invite resident and nonresident anglers to fish for free in Colorado. This weekend, June 1st and 2nd, you can head on out to one of the states many fishing spots and spend the day outdoors enjoying the cold and warm water fishing opportunities that Colorado has to offer.
Don’t worry if you are not sure where to go, what you need or how to get started. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife website has got you covered. there you will find fishing reports, a fishing atlas, a guide to fishing with kids and so much more helpful information.
Some fishing spots in and around Littleton to take your kids are:
- Ketring Lake
- Bufflehead Lake
- Eaglewatch Lake
- Redtail Lake
- Ladybug Lake
- Blackrock Lake
The weather looks great and the cost can’t be beaten so why not give it a try.
Here are some helpful links to find out more information.
LITTLETON, Colorado-New regulations that go into effect later this month will allow some residents in Arapahoe County to keep bees and raise chickens in their backyards.
The Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved the new rules following a two-year process seeking feedback and addressing concerns of residents, a press release from the county says.
“No special licenses are required for backyard chickens or beekeeping,” the release says. “Residents must adhere to the adopted regulations and may need a building permit for certain improvements.”
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Source: CBS 4
LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – Home security cameras captured the moment a bobcat approached a house in Littleton. The bobcat wandered around the backyard, going across the patio and near a hot tub.
Video shows another bobcat in the front yard as well, but it’s not clear if it’s the same one.