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Division of Wildlife


The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is sponsoring an elk hunting clinic on Oct. 2 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the University Park Holiday Inn, 425 W. Prospect in Fort Collins to help hunters improve their chances during the upcoming seasons. The clinic will teach hunters how and where to find elk, how to prepare for the hunt and what techniques to use in the field. Elk biology will be discussed along with safety and ethics.

“Any elk hunter interested in learning more about elk habits and productive elk hunting techniques should attend this clinic,” said Lisa Evans, Northeast Region Education Coordinator for the DOW. “Whether you’re a first time hunter or a seasoned pro, you’ll come away from the clinic with new ideas on how to effectively hunt Colorado elk.”

Presenters include Rick Spowart, District Wildlife Manager in the Estes Park area; Fred Quartarone, DOW Public Information Officer for northeastern Colorado; and Bob Aguiar, veteran hunter education instructor. There is a $5 admission fee at the door and registration is required. Call 970-472-4447 or email to register for the clinic.




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