Outdoors blog archive for May 2013

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013

THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013

Oregon wolf dies of parvovirus 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- The first case of parvovirus in Oregon wolves has been documented by the Oregon State University Veterinary Diagnostic Lab. The wolf known as OR19, found dead by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists on May 19, died of complications of canine...

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2013





a group of Colockum Wildlife Area elk stand by confused after one elk was tranquilized by a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife aerial gunner so it could be fitted a radio collar for research on the herd. (Washington Fish and Wildlife Department)

Orcas, salmon, elk on commission agenda

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT -- An update on the status of the Colockum elk herd is among a wide range of topics on the agenda when the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission meets June 7-8 in Olympia. The commission also will consider: Cabezon sportfishing regulations. Gian Pacific...

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A Smackout Pack male wolf, known as WA-017M, was captured by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife staff and fitted with a GPS collar on May 28,2012. It weighed 90 pounds. (Washington Fish and Wildlife Department)

Wolves moving, keeping biologists on alert 

ENDANGERED SPECIES -- Wolves are roaming, forming new packs, popping pups and generally keeping Washington and Oregon wildlife managers on full alert this spring. A black male wolf caught last year from the Smackout Pack and collared in far northeastern Washington was reported recently 300...

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TUESDAY, MAY 28, 2013

Spring chinook salmon caught in the Salmon River near Riggins, Idaho. (Exodus Wilderness Adventures)

Spring chinook angling hot in Idaho

FISHING -- Anglers had very good success rates for spring chinook in Idaho waters upstream from Lewiston last week with catch rates below 10/hrs a fish in the Clearwater, Salmon and Snake rivers. Check out the following detailed Clearwater Region salmon update for the week...

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MONDAY, MAY 27, 2013

A male Attwater’s prairie chicken, an endangered species, displays on the cover of Noppadol Paothong’s book.

Recent outdoors stories in The Spokesman-Review

North Idaho-trained wildlife photographer focuses on saving endangered species Lake Roosevelt bass escape new liberal limits State, trube conflict on Sanpoil fishing licenses Out & About: Pend Oreille River derby angler catches $1,000 pike ...Bass pro offering fishing tactics in CdA program ... Boating course...

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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.







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