Hunters looking for elk hunting tips are invited to a free Colorado Division of Wildlife seminar at the Woodland Park Public Library, Sept. 30 from 6-8 p.m.
The clinic is a way for elk hunters to learn how and where to hunt elk and improve their success rate. The session covers several topics including preparation for the hunt, elk biology, hunting techniques, and ethical hunting plus specific information about hunting around the Woodland Park area in Game Management Units 59, 511, and 581.
"Beginning hunters and those with limited elk hunting experience will get the most from the clinic," said Steve Lucero, an education coordinator for the DOW. "The clinic will have a lot to offer in terms of improving hunting skills, how to find quality hunting areas, and how to make sure you have a safe, successful hunt. Our goal is to help Colorado hunters improve their success in the field and provide an introduction to those who want to learn more about elk hunting."
Admission is free, but space is limited to the first 100 who sign-up by calling (719) 227-5200.