Colorado Outdoors Annual ‘Preference Point’ Issue Now Available!

For Colorado big-game hunters, the time is now to begin preparing for the upcoming fall hunting seasons.

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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.

Colorado Outdoors, Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s 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 applying for limited big-game licenses. This is a must-have item for any Colorado hunter.

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To order the 2017 “Preference Point” issue or to purchase an annual subscription to Colorado Outdoors, please click HERE.  To view the entire contents page for this issue, click HERE.

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