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Over-the-counter bear and elk licenses go on sale July 21

By Manda Walters Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife over-the-counter (OTC) and over-the-counter with caps (bear and elk) licenses go on sale online, in person and by phone…

Buzzing, clicking sound in tree canopy explained

By Ryan Cox Special to The SUN This time of year in southwest Colorado, you might notice a loud and droning buzzing or clicking sound in the tree canopy above…

July events at Chimney Rock National Monument

July events at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The PREVIEW July is a great time to explore and get outside at Chimney Rock National Monument — view the stars, the full moon or…

Bird walk: ‘Birding with Ben’ at Coyote Hill

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District will be partnering with the Weminuche Audubon Society this summer to offer a series of birding walks in and…

No access to Piedra Falls Trail on July 15

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District plans to close the Piedra Falls Trail (FS Trail 671) on Wednesday, July 15, to allow for repair of…

CPW celebrates Park and Recreation Month

By Manda Walters Special to The SUN Colorado residents know their parks and recreation facilities provide places to get active, explore nature or connect with fellow community members. But what…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting today and tomorrow in Frisco, meetings broadcast on website

By Manda Walters Special to The SUN The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is meeting today and tomorrow, July 9 to 10, at Holiday Inn and Suites, 1129 North Summit…

Pagosa Duathlon to help survivors of violence

Pagosa Duathlon to  help survivors of violence

By Carmen Hubbs Special to The PREVIEW Domestic violence and sexual assault happens — period. It is uncomfortable to think or talk about it and it is something we want…

Lightning fire contained on Southern Ute land in Archuleta County

Lightning fire contained on Southern Ute land in Archuleta County

By Casey Crow Staff Writer According to the Durango Interagency Dispatch Center, the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) took advantage of the unusually wet conditions to manage a small lightning…

$65,600 grant awarded for motorized trail on Devil Mountain

By Casey Crow Staff Writer Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will provide $6.18 million to restore trails across the state of Colorado in the upcoming year. $4.2 million will go…