Division of Wildlife to hold public meetings on status of waterfowl hunting changes in Northeast
Representatives from the Colorado Division of Wildlife (CDOW) will hold five meetings in May to discuss proposed changes to waterfowl hunting in the northeast region of the state. Potential property hunting regulation changes to affect restricted access, limited hunting through reservations, hunting hours restrictions, and mandatory check out will be discussed for the following State Wildlife Areas: Jackson Lake, Jean K. Tool, Brush, Atwood, Overland Trail, Bravo, and Red Lion. Potential regulation changes to allow waterfowl hunting from boats will be discussed for Jackson and Jumbo Reservoirs.
Please join us to share your sentiments on the proposed changes. All meetings will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.
May 15, 2008 – Comfort Inn, 2020 Leisure Lane, Sterling (970-522-3700)
May 19, 2008 – Morgan Community College, Bloedorn Lecture Hall, 820 Barlow Rd., Fort Morgan (970-542-3100)
May 20, 2008 – Hilton Fort Collins, 317 West Prospect Road, Fort Collins (970-482-2626)
May 21, 2008 – Greeley Guest House, 5401 West 9th Street, Greeley (970-353-9373)
May 27, 2008 – Hunter Education building, DOW headquarters, 6060 Broadway, Denver (303-291-7234)
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is the state agency responsible for managing wildlife and its habitat, as well as providing wildlife related recreation. The Division is funded through hunting and fishing license fees, federal grants and Colorado Lottery proceeds through Great Outdoors Colorado.