Tag Archives: Colorado Parks & Wildlife

Important Info For Hunters

colorado parksApprentice licenses and hunter education test out options are now being offered through Colorado Parks and Wildlife.  These options, that went in to effect on April 6th, are intended to fosters peoples interest and get people active in the out doors. The Hunter Education test-out option is being offered to U.S Military and people over the age of 50. Continue reading

Bighorn Sheep Found With Head Cut Off

colorado parksThe body of a bighorn sheep with it’s head removed was found last week southwest of Kremmling. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a $1000 reward for any information leading to a citation or arrest. It is not known how the animal died, but a press release alluded that the animal may have died in Continue reading

Improvements Possible For Elk Head Reservoir

ELK-HEAD-MAIN-SIGNAt their regular meeting this week the Craig City Council agreed to extend the City’s lease agreement with the Colorado River District and Colorado Parks and Wildlife to maintain and provide assistance to the area around Elk Head Reservoir. The lease requires Colorado Parks and Wildlife to maintain the facilities, provide recreational assistance by supplying park rangers and law enforcement, and to add infrastructure to the area as they see fit. The terms of the agreement are for 20 years, with the Continue reading

Snowmobile Avalanche Training

AVALANCHE WARNINGThe Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club will hold free avalanche training this Saturday. The training will begin at the Freeman Trail Head at 9:30 Saturday morning. Those attending will need a snowmobile to access the trail. Training will Continue reading

Free Snowmobile Safety Class This Weekend

snowmobile safetyBefore getting on your snow mobile this winter, safety considerations need to be your top priority. To help riders be responsible and stay safe, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is offering a free Colorado Snowmobile Safety Class for both novice and experienced riders, this Saturday morning Continue reading

CPW Takes To Air To Track Big Game

colorado parksAlthough the main big game hunting seasons have ended, Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s researchers and biologists are preparing for another busy time of the year. Beginning this month through late March, Wildlife employees will climb aboard aircraft and fly across large swaths of wildlife habitat in search of big game animals to classify by sex and age while others will gather biological data on the ground. Late-season hunters and outdoor Continue reading

Hunter Gets Huge Fine For Illegal Hunt

colorado parksColorado Parks and Wildlife cautions hunters to respect private land and avoid trespassing after a Grand County judge ordered Robert Johnson, 55, of Granby, to pay $11,653.50 in fines and court costs and perform 50 hours of community service in a sentencing hearing last Monday. Johnson, his wife and three accomplices trespassed onto the Devil’s Continue reading

Monday Kicks Off Small Game Seasons

PARKS AND WILDLIFEColorado Parks & Wildlife encourages celebrating the holiday with any of the small game and waterfowl opportunities that kick off Monday throughout the state. Colorado has over 23 million acres of public lands, including U.S. National Forest and Bureau of Land Management lands. Interested hunters need a current and Continue reading

Cast and Blast at Wyman Museum Tomorrow

PARKS AND WILDLIFEColorado Parks & Wildlife along with Yampa Valley Chapter Safari Club and Northwest Colorado Guide & Outfitters Association will hold a Cast and Blast tomorrow at Wyman’s Museum.  The day will include archery, shotgun, fishing and fly fishing demonstrations.  Continue reading