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Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites young hunters to join Hunter Outreach Program

Hunters interact on Colorado public lands.
Courtesy Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Novice hunters ages 12 to 17 who want to hunt big and small game have an opportunity to learn from Colorado Parks and Wildlife experts.

Parks and Wildlife’s Hunter Outreach Program is for people without hunting backgrounds and offers clinics, seminars, advice and educational hunts, according to a news release.

The program is an opportunity to learn how to hunt responsibly and properly with skills taught by Parks and Wildlife professionals.

To receive an application, email nwhunteroutreach@gmail.com. Completed applications are due Aug. 16.


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