Collaring Wolves BORN in Colorado

It's been a whirlwind of wolf news in Colorado, and this week isn't going to let us rest. Today, we have news about a Federal RE-Listing of wolves as well as news about Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) locating and collaring one of the gray wolf pups in the North Park area. CPW locates, collars …

Women’s Extrelle EVO Active Jacket by Beretta

Early last fall I received a women's hunting jacket for review from Beretta. In this day and age of instant is everything, but that wouldn't allow a true test of this jacket and for me to share my thoughts with you. I've been wearing the green Extrelle EVO Active Jacket for a few months now …

Wild Game Pork and Vegetable Stir-Fry

It's already the second month of the year, and I have yet to share any healthy tips with you. I've been working on getting my family to eat more healthy for quite some time. Today, I thought I'd share a delicious pork and vegetable recipe with you. You can use wildgame meat or something store …

Sportsmen Unite to Protect Science-Based Wildlife Management

We spent the past two days in an effort to protect wildlife conservation. We drove through a true Colorado blizzard to make it to the Capitol and testify against an anti-hunting bill that would've banned lion and bobcat hunting. We're happy to say that the measure was defeated in a 4-1 vote, but we're also …

Colorado Sportspersons Invited to Big Game License Allocation Discussion

In Colorado, sportsmen have been asking about big game numbers, license allocation, and draw odds. In the coming year, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will be asking for public input in an effort to redraft the big game hunting license allocation process. Next week, the southeast region will seek public input via a Sportsperson's Caucus, …

Colorado Confirms 1st Wolf Kill in Nearly 70 Years

Some of you know that I'm part of many sportsmen and other working groups here in colorado. Yesterday we learned that there is potentially Colorado's first livestock loss due to wolves in more than 70 years. We also learned that in the voter-mandated wolf introduction process, many people want the working groups to first figure …

Congresswoman Boebert Hears Rural Coloradans Concerns

This month, I met with Colorado Congresswoman Lauren Boebert to discuss agricultural producers' concerns about wolves in colorado. A ballot measure for wolf introduction into Colorado won by less than a percentage of votes (the majority from front-range residents). Therefore, there is no choice other than to have wolves on Colorado's Western Slope ground by …

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