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Trey Milhoan

by Brittany Bobola

A 3rd generation Vail, Colorado native, Trey has a diverse background rooted in ranching and outdoor recreation. A TCU Ranch Management alumnus, previous manager of several large Colorado cattle ranches, and a licensed ranch broker and ranch consultant. Accompanying his agricultural experience, Trey is the owner of Capra Guides, a full service big game outfitting business operating hunts on nearly ½ million acres of private sporting ranches in Colorado and Montana. His unique intersection of western aptitude lends clarity to habitat and stewardship projects on Western landscapes, and brings a practical hands on skill set to land management. He understands from experience what it takes to employ conservation-minded management practices, maintain healthy wildlife populations and maintain long-term productive habitats for generations to come.

Throughout his years in the Vail Valley, Trey has witnessed dramatic change and development and recognizes the critical need for land stewardship, conservation, and preservation. Eagle County wildlife, and specifically bighorn sheep conservation are a passion of his, and one that he shares with his wife Gaby and their two children where they live in Edwards. Trey is a contributing member of multiple wildlife conservation organizations:

  • Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society – Life Member
  • Wild Sheep Foundation – Life Member
  • Vail Bighorn Sheep Initiative – Creator
  • Colorado Bighorn Sheep Access Program – Outfitter/Guide
  • Eagle County Community Wildlife Roundtable – Member
  • Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation – Member
  • HOWL for Wildlife – Initiative colaborator
  • Colorado Parks & Wildlife – Hunter Education Instructor
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