Outdoors and Gardening

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It’s definitely Fall. It’s more like a Fast Fall. One day it was sunny with temperatures in the 70s, then plummeted down to 16 degrees in two days with snow and stayed in the teens for a couple of nights. That’s when we knew everything at the garden would be finished and that’s when we had t… Read more

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The White Mountain Bullseye Shooters will host the Arizona State Short Course Championship at Second Knoll Target Range on Nov. 21-22. Read more

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A proud angler displays his state-record, 16-pound walleye he caught at Show Low Lake 20 years ago. Autumn is a good time for Show Low Lake to… Read more

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It’s time for saving seeds. The weather forecasts, temperatures will drop from the comfortable 40s to the 30s at night, with a possible frozen… Read more

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Interest in home gardening has skyrocketed, prompting many people to try home canning for the first time. Due to increased demand, canning equ… Read more

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Those of us at White Mountain Community Garden have a new board of directors for 2021. The officers are Michele Sgambelluri (President), Ann C… Read more

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A healthy bull elk is interrupted by the photographer but undeterred in his evening grazing. Read more

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This bull elk peers through the trees and seems to feel hidden in the trees, although one never knows what any wildlife is actually thinking.  Read more

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A bull elk looks back to see who is following him and if they are a threat worth leaving his evening browse. Read more

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A 6 x 6 bull elk enjoys his safety after jumping multiple fences with ease and grace.  Read more

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A mule deer doe grazes along the road where the grass and tree branches get more sun. “Right now, mule deer fawns are being born and it’s a go… Read more

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A mule deer buck and doe graze casually by the road until a vehicle comes along, causing them to retreat into the trees. Read more

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A mule deer buck uses the trees for camouflage. The deer was grazing along the road with a doe. “Typically males (bucks) will be hanging with … Read more

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Every summer the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension offices in Navajo and Apache counties field a lot of questions from gardeners abo… Read more

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I watched and waited and watched and waited for two hours while more than 50 cows and calves filled the meadow. I just felt like a Big Velvet … Read more

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The intermingling ways of nature Read more