A dusting of snow on Thanksgiving eve!

After a very mild several weeks, the park is being graced by some much cooler temperatures and a lovely dusting of snow as Thanksgiving approaches. For this we are all very thankful! And we are all hoping that this is the beginning of lots more snow to come!


A Couple of November Mammals!

Abert's squirrels (sometimes called tassel-eared squirrels) and mule deer are two commonly seen mammals in Pueblo Mountain Park these days. Most of the Abert's squirrels are sporting a rich winter black, and we also have a few of the pretty gray (with a white belly) Abert's as well. The mule deer blend in so well with the brown autumn vegetation, and can easily be missed.