Report on everything outdoors, from fishing and hunting to bird-watching and skiing.
Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in 19th Century American Literature in 1973 from Western State College.
Raised in Colorado Springs, after college spent 18 winters working in the state’s ski industry and summers teaching for Colorado Outward Bound School and doing recreation management and timber stand surveys for the Gunnison National Forest. Previous newspapers include the Rifle Telegram and Durango Herald.
Single, enjoy numerous outdoor activities, cooking, yoga, a well-crafted sentence and a well-crafted wine.
Lost Lake isn’t really lost. … more
The all-weather road over Kebler Pass is rarely quiet these days. … more
Take a day off to celebrate National Public Lands Day on Sept. 27. … more
You can tell it’s almost fall. … more
A proposal to allow youths 10 years and older to hunt one time without taking a hunter education course was adopted … more
Taking the approach that “If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it,” the Colorado Parks and Wildlife … more
A handful of big-game hunters this fall will get the rare opportunity for a free, private-land deer or elk hunt … more
The third annual Yampa Valley Crane Festival, celebrating the fall migration of Sandhill cranes, continues today … more
Winemakers in general are a resilient, optimistic lot and it’s going take a bit of both before the Napa … more
A proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to discontinue collecting redundant water temperature data in … more
You won’t hear a bird band at the new Avalon Theater but you can see one at Connected Lakes. … more
Leaning against the wooden counter that dominates the pocket-sized shop housing Almont Anglers, guide and shop … more
ALMONT — Despite the background chuckle of a nearly full East River, an anguished cry could be heard from an … more
Labor Day weekend may be the last official holiday of summer, but summer really isn’t over until our favorite … more
When longtime Lake Powell fisheries biologist Wayne Gustaveson looks back on the the 2014 fishing year, he might be … more
In what appears to be the inmates running the jail, a pair of Colorado Parks and Wildlife commissioners, both of … more
An increase in mountain lion quotas for this year’s November through March season and the addition of a new … more
An attorney representing the Colorado Outfitters Association has questioned the state’s method of … more
This past weekend marked more than the unofficial end of summer, it also was the beginning to the state’s … more
In a play-before-you-pay effort to attract more people to hunting, this year Utah is offering a program where any … more