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Recent outdoors stories in The Spokesman-Review

Hanging out at a Hangman Valley yardhome, a young moose nibbles on a tree. Moose numbers seem to be holding or growing in the state, so far. (File)
Hanging out at a Hangman Valley yardhome, a young moose nibbles on a tree. Moose numbers seem to be holding or growing in the state, so far. (File)

Outdoors and wildlife-related stories recently published in The Spokesman-Review include:

Moose decline puzzles biologists across the country

Moose down in Idaho, but holding on in Washington

Out & About: Poacher sends $6,000 check to ease conscience; wolf origin hard to peg

Boundary Dam relicensing a boon to outdoor recreation

Man backing wolf laws brings badly hurt dog to Olympia

Signs of state parks' neglect reflect years of cuts

EWU student cast to be an angler

Field Reports: Montana curbs wolves… steelhead meeting, Grand Canyon rafting, Spokane River forum, bears emerge

S-R's weekly Hunting-Fishing report

 




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Rich Landers

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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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