It’s no secret this winter has been short on snow...just ask any skier or rider. Now statistics are starting to back up those anecdotal accounts. Snowpack levels across Colorado are trending well below average. And with no winter storms on the horizon, it looks like it might stay that way.
As smoke continues to hang over the Front Range from the Lower North Fork Fire southwest of Denver, people with and without allergies are suffering. And warm temperatures, coupled with the smoke are hitting allergy sufferers with a one-two punch.
If you find an injured bird in your back yard, do you know who to call? The Boulder, Colo., group Animal Watch has developed a free iPhone and iPad application and a website called AnimalHelpNow designed to assist with such an emergency. The app and site only work for locations in Colorado, but its developers hope to expand the program nationally.