Colorado Hunting News

Bighorn Ram Poachers Convicted
A recently resolved court case involving the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) highlights the serious nature of illegally killing big game animals. The case demonstrates the efforts of wildlife officers, prosecutors, and judges in attempting to stop the practice of illegally killing Colorado’s big game animals.
Los Angeles Sheriff Deputy Poaching Case
A recently resolved court case involving the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) highlights the serious nature of illegally killing big game animals. The case demonstrates the efforts of wildlife officers, prosecutors, and judges in attempting to stop the practice of illegally killing Colorado’s big game animals.
Cougar Management Meeting
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will host a public meeting in the conference room of the Monte Vista Co-op regarding management of mountain lion populations on the west side of the San Luis Valley. The meeting will begin with a brief presentation on proposed changes to population management and the setting of harvest quotas.
DOW Offers Deer Hunting Seminar
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is hosting a Hunter Skill Seminar on deer hunting in Colorado. The seminar will take place at the DOW Hunter Education Building, 6060 Broadway in Denver at 6:30 p.m. on July 14. The event is expected to last three hours.
DOW Seeks Public Input on Big Game Season Structure
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is asking the public to participate in the big game season structure process. Public comment and opinion will be a factor in the decision making process that will set Colorado’s big game season structure for the next five years.
Second Public Moose Meeting Planned
Acting on strong public support and interest, the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) recently completed a habitat assessment for a proposed moose reintroduction in the Grand Mesa National Forest. DOW biologists will attend the meeting to discuss the results, present background information on moose biology, and answer questions about moose.
Public Meeting on Mountain Lion Management
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will host a public meeting at the Grizzly Inn in Alamosa regarding management of mountain lion populations on the east side of the San Luis Valley. The meeting will begin with a brief presentation on proposed changes to population management and the setting of harvest quotas.
DOW Completes Habitat Assessment for Moose
Acting on strong public support and interest, the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) recently completed a habitat assessment for a proposed moose reintroduction in western Colorado’s Grand Mesa National Forest.
DOW Trackers Find Lynx Kittens
Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) tracking crews found seven lynx kittens born to two mothers over the Memorial Day weekend, marking the second year in a row reproduction has been documented in the agency’s ongoing reintroduction program.
Wildlife Commission to Consider Nominations for Additional Limited Elk Hunting
The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is giving the public the opportunity to increase the amount of available limited bull elk hunting in the state, after the Colorado Wildlife Commission opted to consider public requests to increase the amount of limited bull elk hunting in the state.