Outdoors

Wolves, salmon, elk, guns and more in week's outdoor news

Elk at the Oak Creek Wildlife Area near Yakima. (TJ MULLINAX / Yakima Herald-Republic)
Elk at the Oak Creek Wildlife Area near Yakima. (TJ MULLINAX / Yakima Herald-Republic)

Here are some of the past week's top outdoors stories in The Spokesman-Review:

Yakima elk have love-hate history with locals

It's official: Wolves in Washington doubled in 2012

Landers: Hunting is ultimate form of tough love

Hummingbirds migrating earlier, study finds

Gear Junkie: Is it the sleeping bag of the future?

Field Reports: Lincoln County deer killing prompts $5,000 reward

Eastern Washington anglers lobby for dependable Snake River chinook quotas

Out & About: Obama gun frenzy sparks conservation dividend

Montana rivers serve tasty mix: fly fishing and beer tasting

Weekly Inland Northwest Hunting-Fishing Report




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.

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