Photo courtesy Barbara Draper
Baby wildlife abounds in Pagosa country at mid-summer. These two young raccoons take a trip in a field with their mother, no doubt in search of food and, perhaps, some play time. Pagosans and visitors are reminded not to provide food for wildlife, to leave all young wildlife alone and, when encountering animals in distress, to call the Division of Wildlife.
Winner announced in Rotary Club’s Bearded Turkey Competition
Pagosa Springs Rotary Club’s first annual Bearded Turkey Competition was held April 11-May 24 to raise money for our local scholarship fund, and it was a great success, thanks to all of our sponsors.
Native American Cultural Gathering set for Chimney Rock
Mark your calendars for the 15th annual Chimney Rock Native American Cultural Gathering on July 25 and 26.
Night Sky Program and pottery workshop at Chimney Rock
Chimney Rock Archaeological Area will host the Night Sky Archaeostronomy Program Friday, July 24.
West Monument Park Road to close for repair
West Monument Park Road, National Forest System Road (NFSR No. 630) will be temporarily closed in late July to allow the Forest Service to repair damages from a landslide.
Scholarships available for Wild Pagosa program
With only one session of Wild Pagosa remaining, the program still has seven scholarships to award to Pagosa Springs youth.

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