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Recent outdoors stories in the Spokesman-Review

Christopher DeForest, Inland Northwest Land Trust executive director, surveys private property along Hangman Creek. The non-profit organization helped the Ralph Hein family preserve the land with a conservation easement.   (Rich Landers)
Christopher DeForest, Inland Northwest Land Trust executive director, surveys private property along Hangman Creek. The non-profit organization helped the Ralph Hein family preserve the land with a conservation easement. (Rich Landers)

Idaho hunter organizing two-day wolf derby

Diving buffleheads duck in for a show on Spokane River

Field reports: Pronghorn herd removed from Umatilla depot

Outdoor writing contest high school winners announced

Country Homes causeway will be replaced with swale (wildlife danger sidebar)

Red tide raises Florida manatee mortality rate

Outdoors Blog: Holiday crabbing, fowl weather hunting, etc.

Landers: Land Trust hits 15,000-acre milestone

Activist pleads guilty to poaching elk

Dolphins found ailing year after Gulf oil spill

Outdoors Blog: Bird migration, eagle count, wolverine protection elusive, etc.




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Rich Landers
Rich Landers joined The Spokesman-Review in 1977. He is the Outdoors editor for the Sports Department writing and photographing stories about hiking, hunting, fishing, boating, conservation, nature and wildlife and related topics.

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