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. >> Learn more.
Afield: For and about women, Women Afield is dedicated to
teaching Colorado women the outdoor skills found in the shooting sports,
hunting, and fishing! >> Learn more.
Novice Hunter Program: Helps recent hunter education 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. >> Learn more.
Turkey School: Turkey hunting, like any other sport, has a set of rules. Some are established by the wildlife agency to insure safety of the hunter, manage the wildlife population and provide a positive experience for the participants. Others are established by the turkeys; they decide when breeding season begins, when to fly down from the roost and when to respond to your calls, or not. >>Learn more.
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
techniques. >> Learn more.
& 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
experiences. >> Learn more.