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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Beyond Big Blue, Part IV: Hope Valley and the Lakes Basin

The yellowing aspens flutter in the wind. The sun filters through the forest illuminating the trees' yellow, red and orange leaves around a beautiful...

Solar eclipse to darken the sky

A solar eclipse will cross North, Central and South America on Oct. 14. In the Tahoe Sierra, the annular eclipse begins around 8:05 a.m....

Nancy Hardesty: Entertaining, educational nature activity books

Easy to read, fun to do and beautifully illustrated, North Lake Tahoe resident Nancy Hardesty released volumes one and two of “Tahoe Mountain Chickadee,”...

Mudsnails found in Lake Tahoe

New Zealand mudsnails were found in the South Shore in September, according to a press release from TRPA. Divers surveying invasive weeds discovered the...

Comment on e-bikes on Tahoe Basin trails

The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has released an environmental assessment of the Basin Wide Trails Project to address trail system access and connectivity....

Help with Sierra Valley Nature Center

More progress is being made at the Sierra Valley Preserve Nature Center with plans to finish the center by May, according to the Feather...

Lakes to explore beyond Lake Tahoe to the north, east

Sitting by an alpine lake surrounded by a thick pine forest or finding a lake amid a vast field of sage brush with mountain...

Prepare for wildfires, power shutoffs

Despite recent rain in the Tahoe Sierra, fire officials are urging locals, visitors and vacation homeowners to be prepared in the event of a...

Stream profile chamber to reopen

The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit has announced that repairs are underway at the Stream Profile Chamber at Taylor Creek Visitor Center. The chamber...

Slow down for bears; stash trash

Bears are going into hyperdrive as the days get cooler, preparing for winter hibernation trying to put on as much weight as possible. This...