Hunters and Anglers, We Need Your Feedback and Advice!

Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Northeast Region to host virtual meeting to offer hunters and anglers updates on important wildlife issues.
Turkey hunter with decoy.
Your voice matters!

Your voice matters. Hunters and anglers are invited to Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Northeast Region Sportspersons Caucus for updates on a variety of important issues.

“Our goal in facilitating this meeting is to provide an opportunity for hunters and anglers to communicate directly with their public representatives about issues that matter to them,” Leslie said. “We also want to be available to answer questions or provide information to the public.”

It’s a great chance for hunters, anglers, trappers, and outdoor enthusiasts to engage with Kassi Smith and Brian Soliday, who represent hunters and anglers in the Northeast Region on the statewide Sportspersons Roundtable. 

Register today!

  • Who: Colorado Parks and Wildlife Northeast Region Sportspersons Caucus
  • What: Online Northeast Regional Sportspersons Caucus Meeting
  • When: Thursday, Aug. 5, 2021 | 6-8 p.m.
  • Where: ZOOM webinar and also a live broadcast on CPW’s YouTube page.

NOTE: After the meeting, the recorded session will be posted to this page.

The Sportspersons Caucus will feature statewide roundtable representatives plus Northeast Regional Manager Mark Leslie and his staff, who will discuss topics relevant to the region’s hunters and anglers including:

  • The upcoming big game attitude survey.
  • Wolf reintroduction educational sessions being held in the Northeast Region.
  • Other issues or concerns hunters and anglers can submit when registering for the meeting.

Sportsperson’s Roundtable and Caucuses

Wildlife biologist surveys Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep.
Photo is from a survey of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in 2018

Colorado Parks and Wildlife depends on feedback and advice from our state’s hunters and anglers to make the best decisions about the management of fish, wildlife, and habitat. In order to discuss issues and gather ideas, Colorado Parks and Wildlife convenes a statewide Sportsperson’s Roundtable and regional Sportsperson’s Caucus meetings. The Sportsperson’s Roundtable includes appointed and delegated members from around the state with interests in hunting, trapping, and fishing. The regional Sportsperson’s Caucuses are open to any local hunter or angler and provide a forum for discussing local and statewide issues. For more information about the Sportsperson’s Roundtable and Caucuses, please visit the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website.

Written by Jason Clay. Jason is a public information officer for the Colorado Parks and Wildlife northeast region.

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