Colorado Hunting News

Colorado Bow Hunters Given Unique Opportunity
Bow hunters in the Grand Valley are being given a unique opportunity to hunt deer in some special areas, while also aiding the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) in limiting habitat damage caused by game.
DOW Offers Women and Youth Hunts in NW Colorado
The Colorado Division of Wildlife Hunter Outreach and Women Afield programs are pleased to announce that applications are available for several big game and small game hunts in northwestern Colorado.
Colorado Man Guilty After 8 Year Investigation
A Colorado man with a history of wildlife violations pleaded guilty to numerous wildlife related crimes in a New Mexico district court on June 23.
Steamboat Springs Offers Residents a Chance at "First Shots"
Three Quarter Circles Sporting Clays is offering area residents a free introduction to shotgun shooting and firearm safety.
Using a Guide in Colorado This Fall? Be Informed
As hunters prepare for the 2008 big game season the Colorado Division of Wildlife advises those who are considering using guides to be sure that they hire outfitters who are registered with the state of Colorado. Hunters who hire illegal guides could lose thousands of dollars, unknowingly violate hunting regulations and even lose their hunting privileges in Colorado and 25 other wildlife compact states.
Colorado Wildlife Researchers Focus on Piceance Basin
Energy experts say Colorado's Piceance Basin is one of the largest natural gas reserves in North America. Biologists, conservationists and sportsmen value the Piceance Basin for its incredible diversity and abundance of wildlife.
Two Colorado Men Guilty of Poaching
Two Colorado Springs men have pled guilty to hunting without a license and illegal possession of wildlife following the investigation of an elk killed on the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument on Jan. 20.
2 Colorado Men Charged With Killing at Least 34 Elk
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) has completed a six-week investigation into the shooting of at least 34 elk on two Moffat County ranches.
Colorado DOW Habitat Partnership Program Apps Available
The Habitat Partnership Program (HPP) of the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is announcing a new grant program that provides funding for efforts to improve wildlife and livestock forage through habitat projects.
Wayward Moose Gets Help From Colorado DOW
Wildlife managers with the Colorado Division of Wildlife faced a unique dilemma on Tuesday, Feb. 19 in the Sandstone area of Vail.