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Recent outdoors stories in the Spokesman-Review

Swimming is not allowed in the Little Spokane River Natural Area, but the river down from St. George’s School is popular with paddlers. (Rich Landers)
Swimming is not allowed in the Little Spokane River Natural Area, but the river down from St. George’s School is popular with paddlers. (Rich Landers)

Elite mountaineer Chad Kellogg dies on Patagonia peak

Loss of functional Royalex puts canoe industry in flux

Kits convert dirt bikes for winter season on snow

Field Reports: Another state starts study of moose

Out & About: Stienbeck boat in Port Townsend

Langlauf: Our own winter games

Weekly Hunting and Fishing Report for the Inland Northwest

Idaho officials seek to allow wolf baiting in Panhandle

Conservation workshops can help you become better steward

Woman's wolverine research leads to Mongolia

Panel faults proposal to end wolf protection

Idaho discovers Canada lynx caught in live trap

Porcupine quiz taps sticky subject

Field Reports: Disabled hunters apply for timberland access, etc.

New version of $2 million wolf-control bill introduced in (ID) House committee

House Republicans target Endangered Species Act

Students studying barn owl fatalities along I-84 in Idaho

Canadian skiing hut cool refuge for muscle-powered powder seekers

Popular Bumblebee Campground to be closed this summer

Popular spring, summer bike tours fast to sell out

Out & About: Montana milestone for Nature Conservancy

Field reports: Idaho ponders lower hunter age

 

Grizzly that underwent MRI at WSU dies

Skiing surgeons care for USA Ski Team

Gear Junkie: Standout stuff from Outdoor Retailer Show

Field Reports: As park elk decline, Yellowstone wolves turn to bison

East Side spring chinook angling opportunity gets cold shoulder

 

 




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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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