No More Stamps for State Wildlife Areas

Colorado Springs Gazette

A Colorado Wildlife Habitat Stamp is no longer required to simply enter State Wildlife Areas. Anyone buying a hunting or fishing license is still required to purchase a stamp.

But hikers can visit the state’s 230 wildlife areas for free.

Non-license buyers can buy a $10.25 stamp as a way to contribute to wildlife conservation; buying a stamp also provides search-and-rescue insurance.


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