Wolf Proponents Urged to Withdraw Ballot Measure DENVER, Colo. – June 17, 2020 – Numerous stakeholders in Colorado are urging proponents of Initiative 107—a ballot measure that would force the introduction of gray wolves in Colorado—to withdraw the measure due to… Read More ›
The Chapter would like to keep the membership apprised as to the status of wolves coming to Colorado. This is the latest report from the Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition, which came to speak at our September board meeting. If… Read More ›
Senate Passes Natural Resources Management Act, Recognizing Sportsmen’s Access Priorities February 12, 2019 (Washington, DC) – The Senate approved the Natural Resources Management Act (S. 47), which contains many longstanding priorities advocated by the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF), on a bipartisan vote… Read More ›
We look forward to seeing this outdoorsman work toward all things good for wildlife, habitat, outdoorsmen, and our country. President Trump Taps David Bernhardt For Secretary Of InteriorTitle President Donald Trump has selected acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt as a… Read More ›
Big game hunting meeting in Durango, Feb. 6 DURANGO, Colo. — Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites hunters and anglers to give their ideas and opinions about wildlife issues and the new big game season structure at a meeting, 6-8:30 p.m.,… Read More ›
Colorado Parks and Wildlife seeks public input on the structure of the state’s big game hunting seasons for 2020 through 2024.
The New Mexico State Game Commission will meet Thursday, January 10, 2019, in Santa Fe to elect 2019 chair and vice chair positions and to hear a presentation on the department’s 2018 accomplishments.
Take Action Today! Colorado sportsmen need to contact the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission and let them know to oppose any petition that would ban bobcat trapping or hunting. Colorado members can contact the commission using this email: DNR_CPWCommission@state.co.us. *… Read More ›