Celebrating Colorado

Riverbend Park has several events geared to families, youth at Outdoor Heritage Day

A mountain lion pauses along a stream in Grand Teton National Park. The population of mountain lions in Jackson Hole has dropped by nearly half in the past 12 years and researchers suspect wolves are to blame.



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A mountain lion pauses along a stream in Grand Teton National Park. The population of mountain lions in Jackson Hole has dropped by nearly half in the past 12 years and researchers suspect wolves are to blame.

The sixth annual Outdoor Heritage Day is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at Riverbend Park in Palisade. Conceived and organized by Frank McGee, Palisade area district wildlife manager for…




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