Colorado hunters in the southeast corner of the state who have questions about how to get a big-game hunting license this fall are invited to attend one of two upcoming application seminars that will provide information and application assistance. Hunters can learn about the draw and preference point system, determining your odds of drawing a limited license, the difference between limited and over-the-counter licenses, when you can have more than one big-game license and much more.
These free, evening seminars are excellent for hunters that want to better understand how big game licensing works in Colorado and needs help planning a fall big-game hunt. Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff will be on hand to assist hunters in filling out applications and to answer questions.
Big game license application seminar
Thursday, March 8, 6:30 p.m.
Parks and Wildlife Office, 2500 S. Main Street
Tuesday, March 20, 7 p.m.
Rocky Ford State Wildlife Area
Advance registration for the seminars is not required. Hunters with questions about the seminars can contact the Lamar office at 719-336-6600.
For more information on big game hunting in Colorado, go to: http://wildlife.state.co.us/Hunting/BigGame/