–Elevator is added at high speed To the Rose Mountain in Tahoe.
–E and E News report that “environmentalists won a significant victory this week by a federal judge order to extend the Fisheries and Wildlife Service’s support for endangered species to the iconic, stressful tree.” In a scathing comment, U.S. District Judge Otis Wright II concluded that the agency, by analyzing its request for desert species listing, had ruled in 2019 that the denial of protection was “arbitrary and capricious.” “The agency’s findings on climate change and fire threats are unsubstantiated, speculative and irrational,” Wright said in a statement on Monday. For further reading, click hereto the
Colorado and Utah:
– US News reports that “Search and rescue teams found the body of Durango, a man who died while climbing Blanca Peak in southern Colorado. The Durango Herald reports that 57-year-old Vegan Fetzer went missing on September 20. “His body was found in a treacherous area on the state’s fourth highest peak on Monday.” click hereto the
–Vail Daily reports that “the high number of fish deaths in the Mill Creek and Gore Creek over the weekend due to a suspected accidental discharge from a snowmelt reservoir on Mount Vail has drawn the attention of Colorado Parks and Wildlife to “Colorado Parks and Wildlife Authorities visited Weil on Tuesday to investigate. Representatives from the town of Weil and Colorado Wildlife Parks said Mill Creek was visibly affected by the blue-gray color.” More , click hereto the
Notes from everywhere:
A California woman who identified herself as a shaman has been arrested and charged with setting fire to thousands of homes, claiming that the fire was unintentional while trying to boil, Yahoo News reports. The bear has started urinating. Alexandra Soornova, 30, could face up to nine years in prison if convicted of starting the Favin fire, officials said. “For further reading, click hereto the