Big Game Hunting – How to Prepare Your Harvest

Learning to prepare your harvests, when big game hunting, is key to great tasting meals on the table. One of the most overlooked parts of hunting is what we do after the shot. Learn how to field dress big game at a hunter's workshop.  Hunters, learn to prepare your harvest during CPW's Field Dressing 101, …

Elk Calling Strategies for Novice and Advanced Hunters

  Elk hunters, increase your chance of success with CPW's free 'Elk Hunting 101' seminar, Aug. 17 in Grand Junction   GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds elk hunters that now is the time to start planning for your fall hunts, both with boots-on-the-ground scouting trips and free seminars like CPW's free …

Evaluation of Elk Management Near Gunnison

CPW evaluating elk management near Gunnison GUNNISON, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be seeking public input at two meetings regarding a new elk-management plan for an area near Gunnison. The new plan will guide elk management in Game Management Units 66 and 67, which are located south of Gunnison and north of Lake …

Elk Hunting – Youth Encouragement Licenses For Sale

Youth encouragement elk hunting licenses for sale SANTA FE – More than 1,900 youth, antlerless elk licenses will go on sale through the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish’s Online License System at 10 a.m. July 6. The sale is designed to encourage youth hunting and includes almost 1,500 licenses for hunters using any legal weapon …

Hunting – 83 Year Old Elk Hunter | Mia’s Motivaitons

Many of us take it for granted a lot of the hiking, hunting and climbing we do. If we want to stalk an animal, we just do it. What a challenge to get grandpa close enough to that cow elk. 83 years old, successful and happy as can be! Closing on the first season of the year, always remember to be thankful for everything you have, health, happiness and the ability to hunt!

RMEF Grants to Spruce Up New Mexico Elk Country

MISSOULA, Mont.- The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $127,686 in grants to improve wildlife water supplies, enhance elk habitat, fund research and assist youth hunting heritage programs in New Mexico. The grants directly affect 8,141 acres in Apache, Catron, De Baca, Grant, Lincoln, Otero, Rio Arriba, San Juan, Sandoval and Socorro Counties. There is also …

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