Some National Forests Temporarily Closed For Public Safety Finally Reopen!

The U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region has taken three national forests off the regional closure order that came into force as wildfires spread throughout California due to the incredibly inept forest management (or lack thereof) of the California state government. Inyo, Sequoia, and Sierra National Forests were removed from the list.

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CDFW launches blog all about the bears in Lake Tahoe

Bears are a big thing (literally!) in Lake Tahoe. There’s a whole section of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife website devoted to the black bear!

Because they’re in the news so often up in Lake Tahoe, The CDFW has launched a new blog called “Bear Naked Truth” to provide accurate and up-to-date information on bear activity in the Tahoe Basin.

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National Hunting & Fishing Day – September 26, 2020

It’s coming up THIS SATURDAY!

This is the day that hunters and fishermen have been training for all year. This is the day that brings sportsmen together across the nation to celebrate to things that makes America great.

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Almost Like Being There: Virtual Yosemite

Stuck at home due to the fake mediademic that has allowed Warden Newsom to lock down California? Looking – like I am – out the window at the orange sky as wildfires burn California’s environmentally managed lands?

Here’s a cool website to visit. It can’t get the smells, but it has the visuals and the sounds you’ll hear if you could visit Yosemite National Park: VirtualYosemite.

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Wildfire is Coming … Are you ready?

CAL FIRE has an excellent resource for those of you who live anywhere near a wildfire likely area. Or an area where idiots will host gender reveal parties with by lighting off fireworks in dry brush (it’s a boy, by the way … and congratulations to that new kid whose parents will most likely be arrested, sued, and in debt for quite a while for the stupid act that sparked the El Dorado Fire in San Bernardino County. They should name the kid “Smokey” or “We’re Really Sorry”).

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