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Out & About: Pheasant chicks available to raise, release
Weekly hunting and fishing report
Cougar estimates criticized by NW Montana hunters
Field reports: Wildlife trafficker gets minimal sentence
Fishing »
Wild fall chinook almost ready for mainstream
Out & About: Pheasant chicks available to raise, release
Weekly hunting and fishing report
Out & About: Turkey hunts colored by visual issue
Wintersports »
1,400-mile snowmobile trek follows Iditarod Trail
Winter, a fickle beast at nearly 6,000 feet
Snow huts enhance Mount Rainier adventures
Work of  Art: skier Bookstrom reinspires childhood on Mount Spokane
Watersports »
Deep drawdown: Lowering water levels test patience and ingenuity of local fishermen
Highlights from the Big Horn Show
Peak 7 Adventures on wet, wild mission to help underprivileged youth
Peak 7 has mission to empower kids
Nature »
A few special birds lend a wing in golden eagle preservation
Cougar estimates criticized by NW Montana hunters
Wildlife biologist Howard Ferguson relishes hands-on career
Ghost-like moose proof that ticks suck
Hiking »
Out & About: Pheasant chicks available to raise, release
Adventure and rain await Olympic Peninsula hikers
There’s no escaping rain in the Olympic Peninsula
There is a way to keep those feet dry
Biking »
Dropping down: Mountain bikers take to Upriver Drive area
From mild to wild, cycling events abound
2014 Northwest Bicycling Events: Expanded list
Field reports: Program helps you know your GoPro
Out and about »
Out & About: Pheasant chicks available to raise, release
Out & About: Turkey hunts colored by visual issue
Out & About: Whitetail buck antlers; Spokane Bike Swap; Raptor program; Buttercup Hike; Fly fishing Extravaganza
Supreme Court ruling may derail trails


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Golden eagles – including one that wore a “backpack” for eight years – are carrying their weight in research that could help curb their gradual decline. Data from an Eastern Washington study launched in 2004 may be helpful in positioning wind farms, identifying lead poisoning …


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