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Upcoming Evening Programs At RMNP Focus On The Art Of Photography

2009 Lyceum Series - Celebrate our Natural World: Artists Who Are Inspired by the Environment Saturday, April 11, 7:00 p.m. - Nature is a Work of Art. Local scientist and photographer, Dr. Mike Gabridge, will present an overview of macro and close-up photography. The emphasis will be on capturing the hidden beauty and elegant simplicity that is normally hidden in nature. By using a wide array of photographi ...

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Upcoming Evening Programs At RMNP Focus On The Art Of Photography

2009 Lyceum Series - Celebrate our Natural World: Artists Who Are Inspired by the Environment Saturday, April 4, 7:00 p.m. – Nature Through the Lens- Walt Hester is an award-winning photojournalist who has lived and worked in Estes Park since 2000. While he has been photographing general news and sports for the Estes Park Trail Gazette, he has been in love with the icons and cultures of the "American West" ...

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Prescribed Burn In Rocky Mountain National Park

The Rocky Mountain National Park Fire Management Program is planning to conduct a prescribed fire to achieve resource management and hazard fuel reduction objectives. The planned ignition is scheduled for 4/1/09 at approximately 10:00 a.m. if weather conditions allow and is expected to continue until 4/3/09. The pile burn will be located at Glacier Basin Campground in Rocky Mountain National Park and will i ...

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Looking For A Few Good Volunteers-Bighorn Brigade Recruitment

Beginning in mid May, a dedicated group of volunteers known as the Bighorn Brigade will be back on duty. This volunteer group helps staff the Sheep Lakes Information Station in Horseshoe Park, one of the premier wildlife viewing areas in Rocky Mountain National Park. Volunteers furnish information to park visitors about bighorn sheep and other park resources protect the migration of bighorn sheep across Hwy ...

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Temporary Closures To Protect Nesting Raptors In Rocky Mountain National Park

Each year to protect raptor nesting sites, Rocky Mountain National Park officials initiate temporary closures in the Lumpy Ridge and Sheep Mountain areas of the park. To enable wildlife managers to gather information and ensure that raptors can nest undisturbed, specific areas within the park are closed temporarily to public use during nesting season. All closures went in to effect on March 1 and will conti ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Gives Donation To Ambulance Fund

On  March 18, Rocky Mountain National Park staff presented a $2,500 donation to the Quota Club Estes Park Medical Center (EPMC) Ambulance Fund in recognition of ongoing services provided by Dr. Scott Chew. Dr. Chew, who is an emergency room physician with the Estes Park Medical Center, has been the park’s Physician Advisor for twelve years. Dr. Chew provides program oversight for basic and Advanced Life Sup ...

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RMNP Announces Winter Pile Burning Operations In Park

Fire managers from Rocky Mountain National Park plan to take advantage of any upcoming winter weather conditions to burn piles of slash from several forest thinning and hazard tree mitigation projects. Exclusion of fire for the past century has resulted in unnatural forest conditions in some areas, with significant accumulations of forest fuels and an increased risk of a wildfire. In addition, park crews ha ...

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Woodcarving Program At RMNP

2009 Lyceum Series - Celebrate our Natural World: Artists Who Are Inspired by the Environment Saturday, March 14, 7:00 p.m. - Motivations of a Wood Carver. Art can be a deeply personal form of expression. Hear from Loveland woodcarver Paul Price about where he finds inspiration for his popular caricatures, critters, and hiking sticks. A little basswood or butternut, a good carving knife, and an eye for deta ...

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