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Durango Nature Studies
Cooler weather has always been a stimulus for eating warm food.
Quite the opposite of summer’s heat causing a drop in calories, a chill in the air often makes me think about the comfort and coziness of food. While humans are not hibernators, it’s easy to pretend that it’s necessary to start stocking up in September.
On Sunday, Durango and the rest of the U.S. experienced a supermoon, a time when the moon’s elliptical orbit is closest to the Earth, making the moon appear larger than usual. For those of you who went on Durango Nature Studies’ monthly full-moon hike, you learned a lot about the moon during this special night.
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My family just returned from a quintessential summer road trip to Yellowstone National Park.
While there, I saw something that will stay with me forever. We hiked to a small mountain lake surrounded by fields of wildflowers and views of mountains. On a small stream that comes into the lake, the native cutthroat trout that live in the...
With Father’s Day coming up this weekend, it’s a good time to look at the role of the male in several species that live in this region.
Evolutionary ecologists explain that life’s overriding goal is to get your genes out there with a minimum of invested time and energy. Hence, most male animals move on after mating,...