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Good times are rollin’

Good times are rollin’

SUN photo/Shanti Johnson Good times are rollin’ on the San Juan River as the heat of summer settles in. Tubers eager for a dunk float down en masse, forming an…

Fishing, archery and fish painting offered at Navajo State Park

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Gyotaku Japanese Fish Painting at the Rosa Campground facilities building — Friday, July 4, from 9 to 10 a.m. Kid’s Program.…

Albino chipmunk

Albino chipmunk

Photo courtesy Beth Tollefsen This albino chipmunk is rare to see in the wild, as they are easily spotted by predators. This guy was spotted in the East Fork road…

Second comment period offered on Weminuche grazing

Staff Writer The Columbine Ranger District is offering a second comment period for the Draft Environmental Assessment for the Weminuche Landscape Grazing Analysis. The original comment period ended June 16;…

Archeology weekend at Navajo State Park June 28-29

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The PREVIEW Navajo State Park will host three archaeology programs June 28-29. Prior to the construction of Navajo Reservoir in the 1960s, an…

Grass seed available for landowners

Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is offering local landowners the opportunity to purchase a variety of seed mixtures for different conservation uses such as erosion control,…

Fledgling red-tailed hawk

Fledgling red-tailed hawk

Photo courtesy Amy Wilson A fledgling red-tailed hawk finds sanctuary at the San Juan Veterinary Hospital after being rescued off a truck ramp on Wolf Creek Pass Monday evening. The…

Lack of funds put several USFS projects on hold

Staff Writer The following are updates on road openings, projects and proposals for the Pagosa Ranger District. Road openings The following two roads are now open: • 725 — Wolf…

Lightning Safety Awareness Week: When thunder roars, go indoors

Special to The SUN Lightning kills over 50 people in the U.S. each year and inflicts life-long debilitating injuries on hundreds more. Florida is the “thunderstorm capital” of the U.S.,…

Officers focus on boating under the influence during Operation Dry Water

By Jennifer Churchill Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will be participating in Operation Dry Water June 27-29 as part of a nationally coordinated effort to reduce…