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John Martin Reservoir State Park Hosts Annual Hasty Daze Event

John Martin Reservoir State Park Hosts Annual Hasty Daze Event

  HASTY, Colo. – John Martin Reservoir State Park will be waiving park entrance fees in conjunction with the 6th Annual Hasty Daze on Saturday, Sept. 21. The park will be open to visitors from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. for day use only. Visitors will be allowed free entrance…


"Learn to Paddle" at Lake Pueblo State Park in Colorado

“Learn to Paddle” at Lake Pueblo State Park in Colorado

PUEBLO, Colo. – Lake Pueblo State Park, in conjunction with Colorado State University-Pueblo Outdoor Pursuits and The Edge: Ski, Paddle and Pack, is hosting “Learn to Paddle,” a moonlight kayak and canoe event. Enjoy the full moon on the lake Monday, July 22, from 8 to 10 p.m. If you…


Get Prepared For Bear Season, Boulder!

Get Prepared For Bear Season, Boulder!

DENVER – As bears awaken from their winter slumber, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the City of Boulder are asking citizens to get “pre-beared!”  Local wildlife officer Kristin Cannon and Urban Wildlife Conservation Coordinator Val Matheson will hold a presentation on ‘Bears in Boulder’ on Tuesday, March 19, from 6…


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Celebrate National Hunting & Fishing Day

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHFD) on September 22. This year celebrates 30 years of bringing families to the outdoors. NHFD is a national event celebrated by all 50 states on the fourth Saturday in September. It was created in…


DCNR Program Encourages City Teens to Explore World of State Parks

Harrisburg – The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is again partnering with select Pennsylvania cities on an initiative to help urban teens discover and explore state parks. DCNR’s Youth Adventure Camps – now in their fourth year – will soon begin in the Philadelphia, Scranton and York areas. “Through…


Drought Impacts on Texas Reservoirs Mounting

ATHENS—Following the drought of record of the 1950s, Texas built dozens of reservoirs designed to maintain an adequate water supply should another drought of equal severity occur. That time has come, and the coming months will reveal if those reservoirs are equal to the task. The outcome is anything but…


Minnesota’s Operation Dry Water part of nationwide effort to curb drunk boating

Looking forward to relaxing on the boat this weekend with that ice chest full of cold beer? Better think again. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) conservation officers and county sheriff’s deputies will be participating in Operation Dry Water on June 24-26. It is part of a national weekend of…


Beware of Moose on Connecticut Roadways

In the wake of recent moose sightings in the vicinity of roadways, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) urges drivers to use extra caution. DEP wildlife and law enforcement officials said motorists on the Merrit Parkway and Interstate 84 in western Connecticut should be extra vigilant as moose have…


Georgia’s Rare Species Profiled in New Online Accounts

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. Quick: Name the turtle found in Georgia that lures prey using part of its tongue. Not sure? How about the Georgia mussel that grows inch-long spines, a blue crayfish known mostly from the Chatsworth area, the shorebird that sports a long orange bill, an endangered plant beleaguered…


DFG reminds California Residents about Rattlesnakes

As springtime calls people to the outdoors, encounters with snakes become inevitable. California has a variety of snakes, most of which are benign. The exception is California’s only native venomous snake — the rattlesnake. California rattlesnake species include the northern Pacific rattlesnake (in northern California), and the Western Diamondback, Sidewinder,…