If a person wants to contact and express an opinion to the Wildlife Commission here is an exerpt from the DOW web page section on the Commission.
How can you comment on Division of Wildlife regulations and policies at Wildlife Commission meetings?
Groups or individuals wishing to speak at a Commission meeting about a topic already on the agenda can simply sign up at the meeting. Ideally organized groups should identify one spokesperson. Speakers should try to be as concise as possible and avoid repeating comments made by others. (The time available for each person is limited to three (3) minutes depending on the number of people who wish to speak at the meeting.)
Email can be sent to the commissioners at
This link gives brief bios on the commissioners and additional contact information for them.
These are the scheduled meeting per the DOW web-site. I don't know what the difference is between a Meeting and a Workshop.
Upcoming Meetings and Workshops
July 14-15 - Meeting - Grand Junction
August 11-12 - Workshop - Alamosa
September 8-9 - Meeting - Lamar
October 4-5 - Workshop - Salida
November 3-4 - Meeting - Greeley
December 8-9 - Workshop - Silverthorne
There is tons of information about the wildlife commission and what they do.
Written comments received at least 30 days before the Commission meeting will be distributed to each commissioner and appropriate staff before the meeting. Comments can be mailed to: Colorado Wildlife Commission, c/o Policy and Regulations Section, Colorado Division of Wildlife, 6060 Broadway, Denver, CO 80216. You may also e-mail your comments directly to: [email protected]
Requests to speak about a subject not on the planned agenda may be made in one of two ways. A written request can be sent to the Commission at the above address 30 or more days before the meeting. Such requests must include the speaker's name, address, phone number, subject to be discussed and amount of time needed. Each request will be answered promptly. Brief comments also can be made at the end of regular business meetings by submitting the speaker's name and topic on the "Public Presentations" sign-up sheet provided at the meeting. The Commission will not take action on these items but may schedule discussion at a later date.
Take a few minutes and send an email to all of the commissioners when you have an issue you want to address whether is affirmative or negative. You can put the various addresses in your address book and then CC all of them. Be direct, to the point and be objective.