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Citizens science: Get in the woods and learn

By Noah Chutz Special to The SUN Join the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership and Mountain Studies Institute in our third citizen science series that offers opportunities for you…

Researchers finding success fighting plague in prairie dog colonies

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Work to protect the Gunnison’s prairie dog by Colorado Parks and Wildlife has proven successful during the last four years and…

Hiker found safe after seven-hour search

After an unintended night under the stars and a seven-hour search by emergency personnel, a lost hiker from Texas was reunited with his family Tuesday morning. The man, an unidentified…

Parks and Wildlife rebounds from hunting license delays

By Matt Robbins Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife suspended sales of leftover limited licenses and over-the-counter with caps licenses for nearly three hours on August 5. An…

Navajo State Park 50th anniversary celebration set for Saturday, Aug. 23

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN This year marks the 50th anniversary of southwest Colorado’s Navajo State Park, and the public is invited to visit the park…

Arizona man killed in UTV accident

An Arizona man died Tuesday afternoon after being ejected from a UTV (utility task vehicle) in southern Hinsdale County. Thought the incident occurred in Hinsdale County, mutual aid agreements meant…

Bears on the move, looking for food as fall approaches

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN While humans are basking in the heat of mid-summer, bears know that fall is approaching and they are starting to prepare…

Fishing and fossils for kids at Navajo State Park

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Kids can learn to fish and learn all about fossils this weekend at Navajo State Park. At 9 a.m. Saturday, kids…

Town considers designating Res Hill a dog park

Pagosa Springs Town Council member David Schanzenbaker recently became the first councilor to take advantage of a new policy instituted by Mayor Don Volger which allows more input for setting…

County pledges $15,000 for skate park, nixes Cloman restrooms

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners decided against funding permanent restroom facilities at Cloman Community Park and vowed up to $15,000 for the second phase of the skate park…