Archive for December, 2011

New Mexico Fishing Report

Posted December 27, 2011 By High Country Posts

Updated – December 27, 2011 This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Read the remainder of this entry »

The Sacramento District Review – January 2012

Posted December 24, 2011 By High Country Posts

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In this Month’s Issue:
Bailey Wetland Restoration Project
Fuel Wood Permits
Eagles on the Sacramento Ranger District
Winter Recreation
The Ranger’s Report
The Sacramento District Review is a monthly newsletter prepared by the Sacramento Ranger District of the Lincoln National Forest.
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Bark Beetles Increasing in Sacramento Mountains

Posted December 20, 2011 By High Country Posts

Alamogordo, NM (December 20, 2011) – Findings from an annual survey completed by the USDA Forest Service’s Forest Health Protection Program and the New Mexico State Forestry Division show increased conifer mortality in and around the Sacramento Mountains due to the current drought and infestations of a variety of bark beetle species. Read the remainder of this entry »

Events Planned Statewide for Centennial of Statehood Day

Posted December 20, 2011 By High Country Posts

SANTA FE?As New Mexico Statehood Day, January 6, 2012, draws near, activities are planned in communities statewide to commemorate 100 years of union with the United States. New Mexico was officially welcomed as the 47th State in the Union on January 6, 1912 when President William H. Taft signed the statehood legislation. Read the remainder of this entry »

Radio Series will celebrate New Mexico History

Posted December 17, 2011 By High Country Posts

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Centennial Steering Committee is pleased to announce the release of Centennial Journeys, a series of two-minute programs aimed at educating – and entertaining – the public about interesting and often overlooked pieces of New Mexico history. The audio series will commemorate New Mexico’s 100th anniversary of Statehood, which will be celebrated in communities statewide during 2012.

Weekly five-day segments of Centennial Journeys will be uploaded for broadcast by participating radio stations beginning on January 2, 2012. The series covers a broad range of topics and highlights many of the colorful characters, places and stories that have shaped New Mexico’s unique character as a state. Read the remainder of this entry »

Notes from the Birdhouse – O Christmas Tree

Posted December 10, 2011 By The Bird House

This is to be sung to the tune….O Christmas tree. For your convenience, I have included a YouTube instrumental of O Christmas Tree. As you will see, a couple of words must be said fast in order to fit the song. Read the remainder of this entry »