Sage grouse…

May 25, 2016 Reed Kelley 0

It is not common to wander across individual sage grouse in the hills with their shyness and camouflage colors. Above are two grouse seen strutting around the hills south of Maybell, and at left is […]



April 13, 2016 Sean McMahon 0

The wildlife was out in the open on Sunday afternoon enjoying the warming sun and light breeze as spring is slowly making its presence known. This doe was part of a group of four mule […]


Just out grazing…

April 10, 2016 Sean McMahon 0

This tom turkey was enjoying his feed and the sunshine so much Sunday that he really didn’t mind being photographed at close range. The tom was the only male turkey along with 12 hens out […]


The yearling…

April 5, 2016 René Harden 0

This yearling buck is enjoying the good weather of late, moseying around the streets of Rangely without a worry. The warming weather has seemingly driven the deer back into the hills around town as the […]


Fast food…

March 9, 2016 René Harden 0

It’s nice when the mother deer, above, can reach right up to the bird feeder to get some chow off the dinner plate, as is the case here at a residence in Rangely. But when […]


Elk—1, Car—0…

March 7, 2016 René Harden 0

Feb. 25 was a lucky night for a wandering elk, but not so much for Becky Davis, who was traveling northbound on Highway 139 around mile marker 48 when she had to turn her vehicle […]


On the march…

March 3, 2016 Sean McMahon 0

Not a common sight, this large herd of pronghorns was seen Sunday afternoon at mile marker 60 along Highway 64, east of Rio Blanco Lake. There were 50 to 60 does and bucks in the […]

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