On May 5, a black bear cub got another shot at life after being rescued and treated for five months by Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW).
A heartwarming video shared by Colorado Parks and Wildlife shows a baby bear being released into the wild after four months of treatment for various injuries.
The wildfires have recently killed a couple in their 80s while highways have been clogged with fleeing families.
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The fire was reported to be at 50 acres, with zero percent contained, as of Monday evening.
Over 430,000 acres have been burned and there are still about four months left in the year.
The Spring Creek fire in Colorado's Costilla and Huerfano counties has burned 108,045 acres and is 91 percent contained.
The Spring Creek fire near Fort Garland quickly expanded to become the largest wildfire burning in Colorado.
The fire was measured at 34,184 acres.
Remnants of Hurricane Bud delivered a much needed rain shower to the fire area and is expected to drop a total of one-half to one inch of rain.