Drones

Colorado wildlife officials urge hunters to leave drones at home

DENVER — Colorado wildlife officials say they’re seeing more hunters illegally using drones when they’re in the field as ownership of the small, remotely-operated flying vehicles increases. State Parks and Wildlife Assistant Director Heather Dugan said in a statement that drones are illegal for scouting hunting grounds or locating animals that later will be shot. Dugan says such actions violate state regulations…