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Monthly Archives: November 2015

Was he the model for your sign?

  Whether or not the flowers are in bloom, Elk enjoy our garden and front lawn.  Winter is very challenging for wildlife as food is harder to find and is not as rich and nutritious as the ripe spring, summer and … Continue reading

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Do it with a Ranger!

Rangers are one of our greatest resources.  As experts in local terrain, flora, fauna and wildlife, Rangers watch over and tend to the Park and park visitors with care, enthusiasm and a wealth of knowledge and experience they eagerly share. … Continue reading

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Daylight Savings – Slow Down!

Elk viewing is by far one of the most engaging and fascinating activities to enjoy especially in the colder months when the local herd spends more time “down-valley” and downtown.   Elk, like much of our local wildlife, feed, forage, … Continue reading

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Trail Ridge Road Closed for the Season

RMNP is open and welcomes visitors 365 days a year.  Trail Ridge Road, with eleven miles above 11,500 feet, few guard rails and no shoulder, winter conditions of drifting snow, high winds and below freezing temperatures above 10,000 feet, was not designed … Continue reading

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