Colorado Hunting News

TRCP Strikes Again
Spurred by concerns over the effects of energy development on valuable fish and wildlife habitat, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership filed an official protest of an upcoming Bureau of Land Management lease sale in Colorado.
Colorado Approves Big Game Season Regulations
The Colorado Wildlife Commission approved big game season regulations for the 2009 seasons Monday, during its regular January meeting.
Outfitter Sentenced in New Mexico for Illegal Activities
Kirt Darner, a former outfitter and owner of a private northwestern New Mexico elk hunting park, was sentenced to $10,000 in fines and 4,500 hours of community service Monday for illegally transporting elk and receiving stolen bighorn sheep heads.
Colorado DOW Commission Meets Jan 12th
The Colorado Wildlife Commission will adopt final regulations for the 2009 big game hunting seasons, consider a petition to delist the bald eagle, and evaluate regulations to prevent the spread of zebra mussels at its regular meeting on Monday, January 12.
Saving Deer - One Acre at a Time
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) completed a million dollars on the ground habitat projects for mule deer and black-tailed deer in 2008. Thousands of acres of habitat have been restored or improved through these efforts.
Colorado Seeks Opinions on Escarpment Pronghorns
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will hold two public meetings to gather public comments on the Escarpment Pronghorn herd (GMU's 87, 88, 89, 90, 95 and 951).
SCI Supports Salazar for Interior Secretary
Safari Club International (SCI) expressed its support for President-Elect Barack Obama's choice of Colorado Senator Ken Salazar as his Administration's next Interior Secretary.
Michigan Man Fined for Poaching In Colorado
A Michigan man was fined $15,000 after being convicted of three charges related to killing a Colorado mountain goat without a license.
Colorado Public Meeting on Garfield Creek State Wildlife Area Drilling
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is hosting a meeting to help hunters, local residents and concerned citizens get answers to questions about drilling activity on Garfield Creek State Wildlife Area.
Western Sportsmen Wish to See Game Habitat Protected
Western sportsmen want to see fish and game habitat protected as energy extraction continues. Most hunters and anglers believe unchecked drilling will impact wildlife.