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Enter the World of the Ancient benefit dinner

By Cherlyn Gwin Special to The SUN America’s newest National Monument is in Pagosa Springs’ backyard, and we are ready to celebrate. Join the volunteers and staff of Chimney Rock…

Staff at Navajo Reservoir prepares for dry summer

Staff at Navajo Reservoir prepares for dry summer

Staff Writer “If I remember my Shakespeare correctly, there is a line from Henry IV that goes, ‘don’t shoot the messenger,’” said Nigel Travis, marine manager at Navajo State Park…

Colorado birders welcome arrival of feathered friends

By Michael Seraphin Special to The SUN Birdwatchers, or “birders” as they prefer to be called these days, are heading outdoors in droves to celebrate spring and the return of…

Bears are out: Be bear aware this summer

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Black bears have emerged from their winter dens and it’s time for Colorado residents to take precautions to help keep bears wild. Because of dry conditions…

Volunteer opportunities at Chimney Rock National Monument

Volunteer opportunities at Chimney Rock National Monument

By John Gwin Special to The SUN More than 70 CRIA volunteers participated in Chimney Rock Interpretive Association’s annual two-day training at the PLPOA Clubhouse, April 19-20. The first half-day…

When thunder roars, go indoors

By Jim Pringle National Weather Service Thunderstorms produce some of the most dangerous weather on earth, including tornadoes, flash floods, large hail and destructive straight-line winds. However, the most dangerous…

School of Mines field camp returns to Pagosa Country

By Kathy Keyes Special to The SUN Colorado School of Mines students will again be prowling the county this spring, spending two weeks conducting geophysical studies in a variety of…

Feeding wildlife can bring costly fines

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are reminding the public about the negative consequences of feeding wildlife. The agency cautions that in addition to being harmful for…

Navajo Reservoir recreation issues topic at April 29 meeting

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Managing recreation at Navajo Reservoir will be challenging this year because of the low water level. To explain the outlook for the summer, managers of Navajo…

Grazing management and spring green-up

By Shaan Bliss Special to The SUN Going into our second year of below average snowpack may have you thinking about the impacts on your ranch or grazing leased pasture.…