With the January count of 50 wolves in the wild, this is a serious blow. This is a pack that had not depredated on cows and learned to survive in the wild without causing trouble.
Wolves are a very important part of a heathy ecosystem. More and more research supports the vital role they play . . . → Read More: Hawks Nest Alpha Female found dead
TUCSON – A Tucson man and his cousin have been charged with causing the Wallow Fire, largest wildfire in Arizona history.
David Wayne Malboeuf, 24, of Tucson, and Caleb Joshua Malboeuf, 26, of Benson, were charged in connection with the Wallow Fire, which started May 29, . . . → Read More: Two Men Charged in Wallow Fire
Springerville, AZ – The Springerville and Alpine Districts of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests will be issuing permits beginning August 23 for personal-use fuelwood collection in select portions within the Wallow burn perimeter. Though crews continue to work diligently to provide safer conditions along Forest Service roads, many hazards still exist throughout the burn area . . . → Read More: Personal-use fuelwood permits for Wallow Burn Area available on Springerville and Alpine Districts beginning August 23
Springerville, AZ – Crews are continuing to reduce hazards and install white-arrow designation signs on roads and areas within the Wallow Fire perimeter, and anticipate several additional roads ready to be opened Thursday. Forest managers are assessing . . . → Read More: More roads in Wallow Fire perimeter opening Thursday August 18, 2011
Springerville, AZ – Crews are continuing to reduce hazards and install white-arrow designation signs on roads within the Wallow Fire area. Additional roads and trails will be open beginning August 15 at noon.
Motorized use within the . . . → Read More: Additional roads in Wallow Fire burn area to reopen Monday August 15th At Noon
Great Old Broads push for San Juan Mountains Wilderness Written by Administrator Sunday, 07 August 2011 21:47, http://www.ouraynews.com/index.php/ouray/31-ouray-events/272-great-old-broads-push-for-san-juan-mountains-wilderness
By Samantha Wright firstname.lastname@example.org Over 40 women of a certain age from across the country gathered in Ouray County last weekend for a “Broad-Walk” event sponsored by the wilderness . . . → Read More: Ouray Broadwalk a Success
Flooding in Alpine and Nutrioso on Friday caused the loss of at least one structure, washed out roads, and caused other damage, according to officials.
The structure lost during the flooding was six miles north of Alpine, according to Alpine Fire Chief Travis Noth.
. . . → Read More: More on Nutrioso/Alpine Flooding
One satiated bear
By the time the bear took off, the Blakes were out 15 chickens and the black bear left with a nearly full stomach.
"He ate about half of them, we took the rest, defeathered . . . → Read More: Pinos Altos home gets unwelcome visit from bear