Wednesday, February 8th, 2023
Wednesday, February 8th, 2023

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CO: Wildlife Meeting Set for Pagosa Springs

PAGOSA SPRINGS, Colo. — Mark Smith, a member of the Colorado
Wildlife Commission, has scheduled a public meeting to discuss
wildlife issues in southwest Colorado, 6-8 p.m., March 23, 6-8
p.m., in Pagosa Springs at the Best Western Oakridge Lodge, 158 Hot
Springs Blvd.

Smith, who represents agricultural interests on the wildlife
commission, lives in the San Luis Valley and has been active in
wildlife issues in Colorado for many years. The public is invited
to talk about any and all issues concerning wildlife, hunting and
fishing at the meeting.

At the meetings, the division will also present alternatives and
license number recommendations for antlerless mule deer, elk and
for black bear. The public is encouraged to attend, ask questions,
and state their concerns and preferences for the upcoming big game
seasons.

The Colorado Wildlife Commission is a volunteer board that sets
regulations and policies for the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
There are nine wildlife commissioners who represent five different
districts in Colorado. They are appointed from each of the
following groups: livestock producers; agricultural or produce
growers; sportsmen or outfitters; wildlife organizations; and
boards of county commissioners. The remaining three commissioners
are appointed from the public at large.

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