Arkansas River Headwaters
By Bob Garver
For years, I thought that Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, and Courtney B. Vance all seemed like nice people. I know nobody's perfect, but I didn't have any problems with them. Now having seen them in "Office Christmas Party," I have to assume that they are in fact horrible people. They're not necessarily horrible because they did this movie, but they're horrible because of something they did before this movie. They did something horrible and now have to do this movie as part of a blackmail.
Don't let Jack Frost nip at your nose.
This January 1, Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites Coloradans to welcome 2017 by heading outside to a Colorado State Park. First Day Hikes are guided activities that offer a chance to start the new year right by getting people out for some exercise in nature. For the new year, 27 state parks are participating by hosting an organized hike on New Year's Day.
Whether you're traveling on foot, on skis or by snowmobile into the mountains in Colorado during the winter, you need to know about avalanche danger.
To help backcountry travelers, Ridgway State Park is sponsoring an avalanche workshop, 10:00 a.m., December 17 at the visitors' center. The workshop will be led by Jeff Davis from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.
By Bob Garver
Beginning Dec. 5, Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists will be flying at low levels throughout the state's southeast region in order to get a bearing on how deer and elk populations are progressing compared to the agency's desired population models.
West of Interstate 25, flights will start in Lake and Chaffee counties, and will work west into Park and Fremont counties north of Hwy 50, and on in to El Paso and Teller counties, finally, south through Pueblo, Custer, Huerfano and Las Animas counties.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are asking for the public's help in solving an exceptionally disturbing poaching case that occurred in the southwest corner of Kit Carson County.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is searching for information on who might have shot 11 big game animals over a two-night period in November.
Nine antelope and two white-tail deer were shot and left to rot south of the town of Seibert, Colo.
A $5000 reward is being offered to anyone that can provide information that leads to a conviction in this case.