“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower,” said Albert Camus, the French author and philosopher.
Idaho Fish and Game officials and the Coeur d’Alene Police darted and euthanized a cougar that was camped in a tree Monday on North Ironwood Drive in Coeur d’Alene.
Summer is gone. A look back at the best reader photos published in The Spokesman-Review during the summer of 2018.
Looking to hone your hand at outdoor photography? Mike Busby might be the guy for you.
Every season that comes, I sigh with relief at the end of the associated seasonal labor and optimistically plan what I will do with all my free time.
The Gonzaga University School of Law will host a workshop and talk on PCBs, Monsanto and the Spokane River at 6 p.m. next Thursday in the Barbieri Courtroom at the Law School, 721 N. Cincinnati St.
The Grant County Health District is warning people to avoid contact with the water in Moses Lake.
Through August, the Colville Confederated Tribes had paid Northern pike anglers a total of $4,350 in reward money. Participants in the Northern Pike Rewards Program earn $10 per Northern pike head turned in.
A new wave of affinity groups and meetups for people of color have drawn growing numbers of trekkers, backpackers and outdoor enthusiasts. Facebook and Instagram posts feature photos of Asian women scaling the rocky crags of Little Si in the central Cascades or black hikers celebrating at the summit of Mount St. Helens. Such images spur more interest while challenging the myth that only white people seek the great outdoors.
Forensic testing has confirmed that the grizzly bears killed by Wyoming wildlife managers are the ones involved in the mauling death of a hunting guide last week.
New rules. New regulations. A new fall hunting season. Below are the seven most important changes in 2018.
Matt Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Sept. 20
Moose typically mate between late September and mid-October. During this time – known as the rut – bull moose descend from higher, cooler elevations, looking to mate.
Idaho’s public universities will split a $20 million National Science Foundation grant aimed at better understanding how keystone organisms adapt to changing environmental conditions.
A member of the wolf pack occupying the old Profanity Peak pack area was shot and killed Sunday.
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s pike reward program will end Sept. 30.
Grizzly bears aren’t docile animals, but an especially aggressive attack that killed a hunting guide and injured his client is puzzling wildlife officials.
Wyoming officials have trapped and killed two grizzly bears they believe killed a hunting outfitter and injured his client.
This week’s rare closure of most of the Columbia River to salmon fishing is largely the result of a double-whammy of bad weather and bad ocean conditions in 2015.
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