Learn to Hunt or Improve Skills
Programs for Youth, Women, Novices
The Hunter Outreach Program teaches novice and inexperienced hunters—of all
ages—the knowledge, skills, ethics, and traditions of hunting. Through
workshops, clinics, seminars, and educational hunts, the program appeals to
diverse interests, backgrounds, and levels of ability. These special programs
can help you make the most of your hunting pursuits, or help you take through
the first steps toward becoming a part of our shared hunting heritage and
The Hunter Outreach Program consists of:
Programs: These programs are specially designed to
educate youth in the skills that will lead them into a future of knowledge and
respect for the heritage and traditions of hunting.
Afield: For and about women, Women Afield is dedicated to
teaching Colorado women the outdoor skills found in the shooting sports,
hunting, and fishing!
Novice Hunter Program: Helps recent hunter ed graduates gain
the confidence and experience to become successful pheasant hunters. Students
must be Colorado residents, age 12 or over and have completed a Hunter Ed course
between Jan. 1, 2012 and Jan. 1, 2015. Learn more about the program or register here.
Hunting University: In an effort to shed some light on
pursuing one of Colorado’s most elusive game animals, the Hunter Outreach
program created EHU (Elk Hunting University). You can read articles that share
field-tested wisdom, tips, and advice from contributing Hunter Outreach
Huntmasters, field officers, and biologists.
and Seminars: The Hunter Outreach Program offers clinics
and seminars throughout the year to give both novice and experienced hunter’s
opportunity to improve upon hunting skills, practices, and
& Huntmasters: The Hunter Outreach Program depends on
trained volunteers to support our outreach efforts. Huntmasters plan,
coordinate, and run field events to educate new hunters with hands on