The State Who Cried Wolf
Are you ready for wolves? Is Colorado ready for them? Only time will tell. In November of 2020, voters in the state of Colorado approved Ballot Initiative 114 which mandated that Colorado Parks and Wildlife restore wolves to the state of Colorado.
Hunting Books and Media That Keeps Us Going
When we aren't hunting or working on adding more data to HuntScore, we are listening, watching and reading hunting content. Here is a list of all the books, podcasts and videos that vie for our attention!
Colorado License Reduction
It’s been a big couple weeks for wildlife and hunting in Colorado. A bill passed the Colorado State Senate and House and sits on Governor Polis’ desk that could impact the introduction of wolves into the state by the end of the year. The CPW Commission met on May 3rd and 4th. They adopted regulations for the wolf reintroduction to the state and they also finalized the limited license numbers for this fall. The wolf reintroduction news and notes will be its own blog post coming out here shortly. I wanted to take this opportunity to look at what is happening to some of the tag numbers for this fall and how your ability to pull a tag might be impacted.
Changes coming to the Big Game Draw in Colorado in 2023
It’s getting to be that time of year again. The days are getting longer, Punxsutawney Phil emerged from his burrow and last week Colorado Parks and Wildlife dropped the latest rendition of their Big Game Brochure teeing off the application season for Colorado big game licenses.
Corner Crossing & Public Land Access: An Open Source Project
As more folks recreate on public land and seek out hunting opportunities off the beaten path, access disputes have recently hit the national spotlight. HuntScore has put together an example of how to identify different access paths to public land in hopes of speeding up solutions.