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Nature & Wildlife
2014 June
Pg 11- The Sunshine Express
Virgo- Spiritual desire grows in the personal; dis-
tant thoughts prevail. Open communication brings
clarity. Much support available in the professional
helping drive success; ask and you shall receive.
Libra- Possible bumpiness in all arenas; calmness
and patience key to understanding and resolutions.
Careful planning needed in the professional. Sup-
port the physical; maybe a good time for a vacation.
Scorpio- Desire for stronger relationships moves
you in an environment of strong love energy, with
good results, as compromise and affection prove
their worth. Use care during physical exertions.
Sagittarius- Personal relationships become major
focus; Financials may influence decisions. Commu-
nication helps resolve issues and strengthen desire.
Cooperation and teamwork become essential to
professional growth.
Capricorn- Kind, honest communication helps feed
happiness in the personal as love, attraction and
passion energies grow big. Much accomplishment
in the professional arena. Try to avoid stressing the
body; finding balance pays.
Aquarius- Passion energy increases significantly in-
fluencing both the personal and professional; expect
love and romance to rule at home and passionate ef-
forts to be rewarded at work. Physical energy high;
pace yourself.
Pisces- Physical energy and morale good. Love en-
ergy and seduction high leading to a major focus on
personal relationships. New relations and collabora-
tions lead to accomplishment in the professional.
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Aries- Use extra care with important assets, in-
cluding your body. Conflict avoidance, patience
and communication help steer passed stress.
Financial stability a focus at home; rewards in
the professional.
Taurus- Strengthening relations, increased
attractiveness, renewal, as love energy grows.
Social opportunities rise at home and work and
could boost financial efforts; prudence with
increase serves well.
Gemini- Patience, aided by meditation and
toxin avoidance, eases early stresses that may
arise in the personal and helps bring strength
and confidence in the professional, leading to
forward movement.
Cancer- Physical energy mixed; support the
body with extra rest and good nutrition. Profes-
sionally, planning, review and analysis may be
crucial to forward movement. Social opportuni-
ties grow and support the personal.
Leo- Collaborations move the professional for-
ward. Physical energy good but may need extra
nutritional support. Flexibility, communication
and kindness helps avoid personal conflicts.
The Moon Dance
Morning planets: Venus continues it¡¯s role as the
¡®Morning Star¡¯.
Evening planets: Mars is visible high in the east-
ern sky just after sunset, Saturn can be seen high
in the south after sunset.
Jupiter and Mercury are not visible this month.
* June 21 - June Solstice. The June solstice occurs
at 10:51 UTC. The North Pole of the earth will be
tilted toward the Sun, which will have reached its
northernmost position in the sky and will be di-
rectly over the Tropic of Cancer at 23.44 degrees
north latitude. This is the first day of summer
(summer solstice) in the Northern Hemisphere
and the first day of winter (winter solstice) in the
Southern Hemisphere.
Night Time Delights
The Horoscopes
Colorado Parks And Wildlife¡¯s
Weekly Fishing Report Returns
Spring is here and the rivers and lakes are calling.
Anglers have started to flock to Colorado¡¯s waters
to take advantage of the year¡¯s best fishing condi-
tions and each week Colorado Parks and Wildlife
will be putting out a statewide fishing report to
help make sure they¡¯re successful.
The report will include current conditions and
tips for fishing success. CPW also releases a
stocking report that lists bodies of water where
catchable trout have recently been released.
¡°This is a free service we provide to help encour-
age people to get out and fish Colorado¡¯s many
great waters,¡± said Doug Krieger, a senior aquatic
biologist for Colorado Parks and Wildlife in Colo-
rado Springs.
There¡¯s no shortage of opportunities for anglers
to choose from in Colorado¡¯s 6,000 miles of
streams and more than 2,000 lakes and reservoirs.
Don¡¯t forget to explore some of Colorado¡¯s 322
miles of Gold Medal waters for a chance to reel in
a trophy class trout.
¡°We¡¯ve recently doubled the amount of Gold
deadline for submissions is 5p on Mondays.
CPW works hard to maintain the most accurate fish-
ing report, but keep in mind that conditions change
on a constant basis.
The fishing report can be found at:
The stocking report can be found at:
(source: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)
Let¡¯s Go Fishing!
Medal waters in Colorado,¡± Krieger
said. ¡°There¡¯s never been a better
time to get out and give fishing a
try. Our biologists in the Southeast
Region have even produced a fore-
cast guide to the best fishing places
for 2014.¡±
That guide can be found at: cpw.
Anglers wishing to contribute
information to the weekly fish-
ing report can submit their fishing
tips or conditions reports to: fish. The weekly