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Groundhog Day Rocky Mountain splendour

And some notable night sky sights in romantic February By Dan Hicks Op-Ed Commentary (Unless otherwise specified, times cited are for the evening of February…

Birders count above average result

Last Saturday, December 28, approximately 20 field counters met at Elizabeth Lake to begin the 120th Audubon Christmas Bird Count within the Cranbrook circle. It…

Join a Christmas Bird Count

You can contribute to 120 years of community science by signing up for a count nearby. It’s like a little treasure hunt, and if the…

Sandhill Cranes – our true-life big bird

By Dan Hicks In August’s dry Douglas fir-ponderosa pine open grassy forest north of Cranbrook, a wary greater sandhill crane (Antigone canadensis tabida) keeps a…

Stepping into a Golden sky

By Dan Hicks Mount 7 rises high in the Rockies southeast of Golden, its peak distinguished by a mega numerical “7” created by remnant summer…

An eye on the sky

College of the Rockies People: Their Courage, Curiosity, and Contributions Lakota holy man John Fire Lame Deer (1903-1976), once said, “When you see an eagle,…