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Sunrise Springs Integrative Wellness Resort includes many water features, including this spring-fed pond. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Sunrise Springs aims to help guests learn to ‘experience life differently’

By Jackie Jadrnak / Journal North Reporter

LA CIENEGA – Expose people to nature’s beauty, wean them from their computers, help them learn by doing and teach them how the right food can boost their health – those are the guiding principles of the latest incarnation at Sunrise Springs.

Jason King, left, of Peralta, and Tim Saenz of Albuquerque fish San Antonio Creek on the opening day of the 2015 season at the Valles Caldera National Preserve on Friday

Valles Caldera opens up

By T. S. Last / Journal Staff Writer

Under new management, national preserve in the Jemez Mountains is now more accessible

Run supports cancer research

By Journal and wire reports

Polly’s Run: The Race to Cure Pancreatic Canc

Go fly a kite, literally

By Journal and wire reports

The 18th annual Kite Festival at Overlook Par

In search of S.T.R.O.N.G. types

By Journal and wire reports

NBC’s newest fitness-focused reality series, S.T.R.O.

The Laserlight is waterproof, and the light recharges via USB and holds its power for hours of use. (Stephen Regenold/For The Journal)

Green Laserlight alerts drivers on dark roads

By Stephen Regenold / For The Journal

A green laser beam shoots from my bike handlebars. It hits the pavement, refracting into a shape wit …

A pair of white-faced ibis, left, and an egret forage for food in a rice field at the Montna Farms near Yuba City, Calif. Due to the severe drought, California's critical wetlands have been cut to as little as one-sixth. (Rich Pedroncelli/Associated Press)

Foraging in drought

By Darryl Fears / The Washington Post

For the giant kangaroo rat, death by nature is normally swift and dramatic: a hopeless dash for safe …

Fishing Line

By ABQnews Staff

CATCHES OF THE WEEK …

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Cowboys, outlaws and mountain men abound

By Jane Mahoney / For the Journal

New Mexico’s Wild West spirit is still alive.It can be heard in the shouts of cowboys …

Kids enjoy the nightly spectacle of thousands of bats swarming out for their dinner at Carlsbad Caverns.

Find the magic with spectacular adventures

By Patricia Gabbett Snow / For the Journal

When you’re traveling with children, there’s nothing more magical than an adventure that feels truly …

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