Great outdoors
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July is National Picnic Month and a great time to get out in Taos for some outdoor dining. more
Bullsnakes (Pituophis catenifer sayi) are large, heavy-bodied, nonvenomous snakes found throughout North America from southern Canada into Mexico. Bullsnakes are probably the most … more
The image shown here is of two emission nebulae in the constellation Serpens Cauda (The Serpent's Tail). The larger one, which … more
Everywhere you go this summer in Taos, people are talking about bug bites. Whether you are working outside, gardening, farming, fishing, camping or hiking, this has been a … more
If you love to explore remote areas in nature but don't care for sleeping on the ground or otherwise roughing it, glamping may be for you. more
Public land trails need upkeep and public land agencies don't have enough staff to get the job done. So the agencies rely heavily on trail volunteers. Recently, the Bureau of Land Management and … more
The Río Grande del Norte National Monument is home to breathtaking hikes down into the gorge of the Río Grande and up to mountain tops. Its unique volcanic geology, rich cultural … more
A favorite getaway in Colorado for Taoseños is the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, a little over 100 miles from town. Now there's yet another reason to visit: the park has been … more
It really is going to warm up soon around Northern New Mexico (recent snowstorm not withstanding) into perfect hiking, biking, trail-running and horseback riding weather. So what should you keep in … more
Aside from predators and the natural risks of making such a journey, migratory birds also face a growing threat that's impacting bird populations worldwide: plastic pollution. more
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