Southeast Region Sportsman's Advisory Group Meeting
Hunters and anglers interested in learning more about issues facing Colorado's wildlife are invited to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 12. The southeast region Sportsman's Advisory Group will meet at 6 p.m. at the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) meeting room at 4255 Sinton Road in Colorado Springs.
Since their inception four years ago, Sportsman's Advisory Groups have worked with the DOW on wildlife management topics such as license fees and the Colorado Habitat Stamp Program.
There are four regional Sportsmen's Advisory Groups. "These groups help the DOW increase communication with sportsmen," said Southeast Regional Manager Dan Prenzlow. "We are interested in hearing from constituents about topics that concern them. This is a great way for those who are passionate about hunting and fishing to stay current on issues facing the sporting public."
Colorado Wildlife Commissioner Tim Glen will also be available for questions and answers. This will give the public an opportunity to meet their wildlife commissioner, and to allow the commissioner to hear concerns and suggestions, as well as answer questions about Colorado's wildlife management. Local DOW wildlife managers will also be attending.
"This meeting will provide an opportunity for the public to talk about hunting, fishing or other wildlife issues that concern them and find out how those issues can be addressed by the Colorado Wildlife Commission," said Commissioner Glenn.
The entrance to the DOW Hunter Education Classroom is at the back of the Southeast Regional Service Center building, located at 4255 Sinton Road, in Colorado Springs.