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The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is recruiting trainees to become conservation officers.Starting pay for trainees is $17.03 an hour, the agency said in a … more
During the summer months, the mountains around Taos explode with colorful wildflowers. As you hike along the trails, you may see yellow, purple and pink blooms in an amazing range of shapes and sizes. If you really slow down and look, you may notice even more flowers and learn something about nature, too. more
Light and dark, warm and cold, this and that. Now is the season of Libra, the constellation of "the scales" and the balance they can represent. In the 12-sign zodiac - the band of sky … more
The word "trifid" comes from the Latin word "trifidus," which means to split into three parts. That's a fitting name for this gas and dust cloud that's split three ways by dark, dense … more
It is a glorious time to be out in the forests of Northern New Mexico. The leaves are turning gold, the air is cool and clear, and the low angle of the sun through the trees reminds us … more
Carson National Forest is hosting a two-part workshop on rock climbing in the national forest. The first workshop is Monday, (Aug. 27) at the Cisneros Youth and Family Center in Questa and will focus … more
The Carson National Forest that surrounds Taos is home to many tantalizing reminders of early Taos history. The mountains near the Taos Ski Valley holds ruins of gold mines, mills and old cabins. Many of their stories are lost as the structures deteriorate and return to the earth. A few of these historical structures are being preserved for the future. more
At the beginning of the month, two members of the Southern New Mexico Trail Alliance headed south from the Colorado-New Mexico state line. They were starting a month-long odyssey to … more
Although Río Fernando Park sits close to the center of town, the place has a certain welcome wildness. The Río Fernando flows slowly through it, creating wetlands surrounded by land that … more
More than 500 bills have been filed in the current session of the New Mexico Legislature, and quite a few have potential impacts on outdoor recreation, wildlife, land management and water. One … more
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