Colorado Outdoors Annual ‘Preference Point’ Issue Now Available

Spring is right around the corner–time to hang up your camo and forget about hunting until next fall, right?  Wrong.  For Colorado big-game hunters, the time is now to begin preparing for the upcoming fall hunting seasons.

The 2012 "Preference Point" issue is now available and provides a wealth of information for big-game hunters.

Colorado Outdoors, Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s in-house conservation magazine, is a valuable planning resource for hunters. The Jan/Feb issue features preference-point data and statewide herd-population estimates to guide big-game hunters in selecting Game Management Units (GMUs) and applying for limited licenses.

The application deadline for the 2012 limited-license drawing is midnight, April 3.

To order the 2012 “Preference Point” issue or to purchase an annual subscription to Colorado Outdoors, please call: 1-800-417-8986.

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