Marsh Wren is a secretive winter visitor to the larger Chico marshes where they are heard more often than seen.
Pronghorn are one of the most iconic species of the American plains, yet biologists know very little about their movements in southeastern Colorado.
Thanks to efforts by CO Parks and Wildlife to release Arkansas Darter into the creek on the Chico, the fish is no longer a “federally endangered” candidate.
Every spring and fall, Sandhill Cranes stop over on the Medano-Zapata Ranch during their annual migration.
The most important tool we use in management of the land is being able to control the amount of time that cattle graze a particular pasture.
Local birder Bill Maynard takes us through some highlights of birding at the Chico in 2016.
“He was the most influential person in my life.” Duke Phillips III remembers his friend, mentor and fellow rancher Dale Lasater.
The philosophy behind rotational grazing.