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Hunting Ban Being Discussed in Colorado!

Friday, April 25, 2008

Please Make Plans to Attend This Important Meeting!

The Colorado Wildlife Commission will meet to discuss a complete ban on prairie dog hunting in the state of Colorado April 30-May 1.  While radical anti-hunting/animal rights groups are targeting prairie dog hunting as cruel, it is a traditional sporting activity and necessary management tool, especially for ranching interests in the state.  The Colorado Wildlife Commission will be meeting at the Holiday Inn located at 755 Horizon Drive in Grand Junction. Public comments will be heard on May 1 throughout the day.  

Please make plans to attend these meetings and voice your support of all hunting in Colorado. 

It is critical that sportsmen show that the radical anti-hunting lobby is in the minority by significantly out numbering them at the meeting.  If you are unable to attend, please call the Colorado Wildlife Commission at (303) 297-1192 and inform them that you are strongly opposed to any attempt to ban prairie dog hunting in Colorado.

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