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Wildlife Landowner of the Year nominations sought

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking nominations for the Wildlife Landowner of the Year Award given out annually to recognize outstanding contributions made…

Pioneer of American skiing to celebrate 100th birthday at Wolf Creek Ski Area.

By Simon Fuger Special to The SUN November marks the 100th birthday of Charles Elliot, who will mark the occasion, as always, by skiing. Elliot is one of the founders…

Forest Service seeks comments on salvage, thinning projects

Staff Writer The Pagosa Ranger District has planned two upcoming projects that may be of public interest and Steve Hartvigsen, forest vegetation lead for the district, explained the projects in…

Wildlife-vehicle collisions increase in winter

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Wildlife may not have to wrestle with changing the time on their microwave oven, but the weather and human clock changes can pose…

Four Corners Back Country Horsemen to meet in Durango

By Bob Volger Special to The SUN The Four Corners Back Country Horsemen will hold their monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, at the La Plata County Fairgrounds in…

Public can comment on deer management planning in southwest Colorado

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Colorado Parks and Wildlife is seeking public comment concerning future management of mule deer in southwest Colorado in the Four Corners area. The proposed management plans…

Wounded Veterans Hunting is about the freedom

Wounded Veterans  Hunting is about the freedom

Staff Writer For some, hunting isn’t about the kill or the freezer full of meat; it’s about the process, the opportunity, the great outdoors and the freedom. That was the…

Audubon offers training prior to Christmas Bird Count

By Becky Herman Special to The SUN In November, the Weminuche Audubon Society begins getting ready for December’s Christmas Bird Count. This year’s count is the 114th sponsored by the…

Grant received for work on Sambrito wetlands

Staff Writer Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) staff at Navajo State Park have received one of 18 wetlands program grants awarded for wetland and riparian area restoration and management projects…

Seed mixtures still available

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District has a limited supply of seed mixtures available for purchase for different conservation uses such as erosion control,…