Southern mesas of the Valley where the Rio Grande river cuts through serving as the gateway to the Pajarito and Ancho Canyons before dropping into Cochiti Lake.
By George Morse Sports and Outdoors
One of the signs of spring that I always look forward to is the chorus of frogs from the cattail marsh behind our house along the Rio Grande. When I was a kid growing up in Connecticut there was a pond behind our house and every spring a small species of frogs called spring peepers would start chirping away as evening fell. I remember at night going out with a flashlight and trying to catch them….
Read on for full fishing report from around the region.
Rescued bear cubs are enjoying the late Summer days at the Cottonwood Rehab in Española. The two bear cubs rescued after their mother was destroyed by Game & Fish officials are reported to be healthy and growing strong at the Cottonwood Rehab center outside Española. Earlier this year the two bear cubs were orphaned after their mother was destroyed following her attack on a marathon runner in the Valle Caldera…
Weekend Getaway: Abiquiu
By George Morse
Just north of Espanola, the small community of Abiquiu is known throughout the world as the home of the late artist Georgia O’Keefe. Her world famous paintings that feature the stark landscapes of Northern New Mexico have spread the name of Abiquiu across the globe. So much so that Abiquiu and the countryside surrounding it have been referred to as “O’Keefe Country.”
There is much more to Abiquiu and the surrounding landscape. This is an ancient land…