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Colorado Parks and Wildlife will begin its annual big game harvest surveys mid October. Each year from October through mid-February the CPW contracts with an outside firm to collect hunt and harvest information from deer, elk and pronghorn hunters. Individual hunters are asked a series of questions related to their experience.
Not all hunters are eligible to take the survey. Only those hunters who have been randomly selected and notified by the CPW are eligible.
Colorado pheasant and quail hunters have plenty to be excited about when the 2017 season opens Nov. 11. This video provides a statewide forecast for upland hunters for pheasant and quail.
An overview of big game, small game and waterfowl hunting on Colorado's public lands. Including National Forests, Bureau of Land Management, State Wildlife Areas, State Trust Lands, State Parks.
In the spring of 2016, Colorado legislature passed Senate Bill 16-068 concerning wearing fluorescent pink garments to hunt big game. This change went into effect August 10, 2016.
Find out what this means for hunters. For details about this alternative hunter safety color, please read the
Authorized Fluorescent Pink fact sheet.