Today’s backcountry winter safety theme: ⛑ #RecreateResponsibly– Avoid activities beyond your skill level. Being responsible outdoors helps prevent overloading our search and rescue teams and medical professionals. Take a safety class: https://www.colorado.com/take-winter-backcountry-safety-class
On Jan. 7, wildlife biologist Angelique Curtis conducted an aerial survey of the…
On Jan. 7, wildlife biologist Angelique Curtis conducted an aerial survey of the elk herds across Larimer County to asses the health of the animals following the Cameron Peak Fire, which is the largest wildfireever to burn in Colorado. The flight also allowed her to obtain population demographic data to effectively and sustainably manage elk herds in Larimer County. Aero Tech, Inc. chief pilot Cameron Stallings also talks about the animal welfare aspects they consider in the air during the short duration of disturbances to the animals, which are warranted by the important biological information that is gathered from the survey.
Don’t forget! Join us tonight for our 4-H Open House. If your friends and neigh…
Don’t forget! Join us tonight for our 4-H Open House. If your friends and neighbors haven’t heard be sure to tell them!
There will be a fun STEM project. Here is a teaser. What will it be? Can you guess?
And if you don’t have those on hand, just follow along and you can do it tomorrow!!
To get the Zoom link, visit our Classes and Workshops page here:
Update on the injured bear that was found in the Durango area: The bear has bee…
Update on the injured bear that was found in the Durango area: The bear has been recovering at the Frisco Creek Rehabilitation Facility.
We received great news from our staff at our Frisco Creek Rehabilitation Facility! The bear cub found north of Durango is on its way to a complete recovery! She has made it through the critical first week atthe facility, the bear is fully hydrated and well fed. Her pads are healing nicely and she is spunky and very defensive, which is a good sign.
The bear was only 13 pounds when she arrived at the facility and it is believed to have been orphaned early in the summer. She managed to find enough food to survive, however, it was not enough to grow. She is currently being transitioned to solid foods and will spend the rest of the winter at the facility with minimal human contact. The bear will hopefully be released early this spring.
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