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Tuesday, August 9, 2022

The future of Lake Powell

By Nell Taylor | Special to The SUN Colorado is holding a water awareness campaign this year, 100 years after the 1922 Colorado River Compact...

Public urged to take down bird feeders, remove water sources

By Keith Bruno | Audubon Rockies Please remove any bird feeders and water sources for birds until the spread of avian influenza is better contained...

Through use of voluntary closures, CPW asks anglers not to fish after noon on...

With low water levels and water temperatures consistently rising above 71 degrees, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has enacted a voluntary afternoon fishing closure for...

As sightings increase, here are tips to help understand mountain lion behavior

Colorado Parks and Wildlife As more people move to and recreate outdoors across Colorado, the more they cross paths with wildlife. Following that trend, there...

Fire restrictions rescinded on San Juan National Forest effective today

San Juan National Forest reminds the public to be safe with fire Stage 1 Fire Restrictions on all National Forest System lands within the San...

Backcountry mission: Multiple agencies, helicopters help in rescue

Personnel from six entities spent several hours Sunday rescuing a man who fell off his horse in the backcountry and was left with spinal...

The hummingbirds are nearly here

By John Porco | Special to The SUN The hummingbirds will be arriving in Pagosa Country in the next few weeks, providing a flash of...

Ring-tailed cat

Photo courtesy Laura Young This critter made an appearance at a home up Piedra Road recently. Agile climbers, ring-tailed cats are seldom-seen mammals that do...

Williams Creek fishing

Photo courtesy Allen Domingo Allen Domingo and his dog, Animas Domingo, got in some fall fishing at Williams Creek recently. This salmon was just part...

Pond owners must comply with state regulations before stocking fish

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) reminds pond owners that all fish stocking in western Colorado must comply with state regulations, which...