Colorado stands at the forefront of a crucial moment in wildlife management!
The cherished tradition of hunting faces a formidable challenge that could send ripples across the entire Western region. Activists, using Ballot Box Biology, seek to ban the regulated harvest of mountain lions and bobcats, labeling it as trophy hunting. In response, Coloradans for Responsible Wildlife Management proudly joins forces with the national sporting community to champion science-based management.
This is a fight we can win, but we need you on our team to defend the North American model of wildlife management. Wildlife conservation is not a result of accidents; it thrives when people rally behind the institutions of science and sustainable wildlife management. These moments of unity give us hope and define the success of our wildlife conservation story.
Throughout history, sportsmen have played a crucial role—trappers aiding in species recovery and hunters fighting to preserve vast landscapes. Now, a community of conservationists is committed to a wildlife management system grounded in science, and the outcome of this moment will determine if the current 120 years of success will endure.
Currently, extreme animal activists are pushing to ban the regulated harvest of big cats in Colorado through Ballot Box Biology. Despite rejection by biologists, scientists, and the Colorado legislature, they persist in their agenda. Our coalition, like never before, unites sportsmen and women celebrating our conservation heritage, ready to defend against this threat.
A unified coalition is standing strong, emphasizing the importance of working together. We fight on all fronts, advocating for scientifically sound wildlife management practices. Decisions must be based on science and data, not just emotion, to ensure the continued thriving of wildlife management.
Now is not the time to sit on the sidelines. It’s an opportunity to stand united in support of the scientific management of our natural resources. Unity is crucial, and everyone’s involvement is essential. Sportspeople are conservationists first and foremost. Together, as a united front, we can make a difference in preserving our cherished traditions and the conservation legacy we hold dear.
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Online Ticket Sales Will Close At Midnight Mountain Time on 13 June 2024!!
Winning tickets will be drawn at 1PM Mountain Time on 15 June, 2024. Drawing location is Rocky Mountain Roosters, 19184 CR 78, Calhan, CO 80808.
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COLORADO CHAPTER OF SCI
212 W Buchanan St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907