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Colorado Parks and Wildlife Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts to Wildlife a Concern

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Monitoring Severe Winter Conditions, Impacts to Wildlife a Concern

MEEKER, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife managers in the state’s Northwest Region say the most recent blast of snow and frigid temperatures has created conditions similar to some of the most extreme winters in the state during the past 35 years. With temperatures dropping well below zero and deep,…


Den-hunting banned, big game licenses set

SALIDA, Colo. – The Colorado Wildlife Commission set license numbers for most big game species for the 2011 hunting seasons Thursday and unanimously approved a regulation banning the hunting or harassment of black bears in their dens. During the first day of its busy two-day May meeting, Commissioners also approved…


Poaching case in Canon City

CANON CITY, Colo. – The Colorado Division of Wildlife is asking for help solving a poaching crime in Canon City. Around 8:30 a.m. on Friday, March 25, a north side resident called police to report a deer lying in a field near Cottonwood Street with an arrow in it.  All…


Turkey Hunting 101 – Coming Soon to a Classroom Near You

Several “Turkey Hunting 101” seminars will be held throughout Colorado within the next few months. Turkey hunting is the fastest-growing type of hunting in the United States. The free seminars will cover the fundamentals of turkey behavior, turkey habitats, hunting tactics and techniques, as well as provide a good beginning…


Calling All Novice Turkey Hunters

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – If you enjoy hearing the call of a wild turkey, now’s your chance to learn how to call that turkey right back. Turkey hunting is challenging even for veterans, but can be very challenging when you’re a rookie. If you’re new to the sport and you…


DOW packs March calendar with hunter ed

DENVER – With the April 5 limited license application deadline looming, the Colorado Division of Wildlife and volunteer hunter education instructors are offering more than 100 hunter education classes statewide in March. Since 1970 the agency has required anyone born after 1948 to take hunter education before applying to hunt…


Colorado Seminars help hunters with 2011 hunting plans

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The Colorado Division of Wildlife will hold a series of hunting seminars in to help big game hunters prepare for the 2011 seasons. Wildlife managers will answer questions and talk about changes for the 2011 hunting seasons. Presenters will also explain the Division’s preference point system…


Take a North American Wildlife Safari At a National Wildlife Refuge Near You

Sleigh rides amidst thousands of elk wintering in Wyoming; trolley tours of bison roaming newly restored prairie in Colorado; a drive along lakes and marshes in Florida where alligators are commonly seen.  These are just some of the opportunities national wildlife refuges offer visitors who want to see charismatic wild…


License Structure Change for Anglers and Small Game Hunters in Colorado

The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) would like to remind anglers and small game hunters that the license structure for fishing and small game hunting has changed. Beginning April 1, 2009, all annual licenses including fishing, senior fishing, small game, furbearer, combination fishing and hunting, Colorado waterfowl stamps, habitat stamps…


Hunters in Colorad Encouraged to Submit Deer and Elk for CWD Testing

Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) offices will be open extended hours during the 2008 deer and elk rifle seasons to answer hunter’s questions, sell licenses and offer testing services for chronic wasting disease (CWD).   In addition to normal weekday hours, many DOW offices will be open Columbus Day, Veterans Day…