Colorado Parks and Wildlife has posted its annual hunting story package
for the 2013 Big Game Hunting Season.
All media outlets are invited to use these for specials sections, on websites or in regular publications. Photos from the CPW's image database
are also available.
These stories provide basic information to big game hunters, including information on:
- Caring for your campsite
- Long-term efforts saved Colorado wildlife
- High altitude survival
- Preference points – understanding the system
- Information resources for hunters
- and more!
Whether you're looking for an expert in outdoor recreation and wildlife issues or you're in need of an official comment about an agency action, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has a network of knowledgeable and available public information officers available to assist members of the media and members of the public in finding the right source and the right information.
CPW uses a regional system to provide local and timely response to public issues around the state. This includes having four regional public information officers as well as a statewide public information officer. See a map of our regions .
Media seeking comment on regional parks and wildlife issues (events in a state park, wildlife encounters, wildlife sightings, etc.) should contact the regional PIO listed below:
- Jennifer Churchill
Northeast Region, including the Denver metro area, Ft. Collins, Estes Park, Sterling and Brush
303-291-7234 (direct line)
- Randy Hampton
Southeast Region, including Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Lamar and Salida
303-291-7482 (direct line)
- Mike Porras
Northwest Region, including Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs and Craig
970-255-6162 (direct line)
Southwest Region, including Durango, Montrose, Gunnison and the San Luis Valley
970-375-6708 (direct line)
If you are unsure of which regional PIO to contact, unable to reach a regional PIO or if your story concerns a statewide issue (agency policy, Parks and Wildlife Commission, endangered species, aquatic nuisance species, etc.), please contact the statewide public information officer: