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Conservation district offers grants to landowners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is proud to bring back a program started six years ago — “Conservation Helping Hand.” Are you interested…

Ice fishing contest Saturday at Lake Capote

By Josh Batchelor Special to The SUN An ice fishing contest will be held at the Lake Capote Recreation Area on Saturday, Feb. 16. The event starts when the sun…

Comment period open on Beaver Creek Reservoir repair

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Colorado Parks and Wildlife will start a two-year construction project this summer to repair the dam at Beaver Creek Reservoir. The reservoir, located about 5 miles…

Colorado, Texas men fined in poaching incident

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Three men in the Norwood area who admitted to being involved with poaching two mule deer bucks have paid hefty fines and may lose their hunting…

USFS announces public process regarding water rights on National Forests

By Chris Strebig Special to The SUN The U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service has announced a public process to develop a directive regarding water rights on National Forest System…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife names new Southwest Regional Manager

Colorado Parks and Wildlife You’ll have to pardon Colorado Parks and Wildlife employee Patt Dorsey if she seems a bit frazzled these days. “It has definitely been a whirlwind for…

BLM and Forest Service announce 2013 grazing fee

By Deanna Masterson Special to The SUN The federal grazing fee for 2013 will be $1.35 per animal unit month (AUM) for public lands administered by the Bureau of Land…

State, region below average on snowpack and water as of Jan. 1

The Natural Resources and Conservation Service has released the results of its latest snow survey and water supply analysis for Colorado. The 2013 water year got off to a very…

Injured eagle brought to wildlife sanctuary

Injured eagle brought to wildlife sanctuary

By Bonnie Hite Special to The SUN St. Francis Wildlife Sanctuary and Rehabilitation, located in Arboles, received its first American Bald Eagle on Sunday, Jan. 27. Colorado Parks and Wildlife…

Colorado Parks and Wildlife seeks volunteers for statewide Sportsmen’s Roundtable

By Randy Hampton Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife is looking for volunteers to serve on a new statewide advisory panel that will provide feedback for the agency…