The fate of the mountain caribou highlights the myriad ways in which habitat degradation impacts the natural world. And, it illustrates the unsavory choices conservationists often make about which species live and which die.
High adventure. Adrenaline. Introspection. Fear and awe. All will be on display at the Banff Mountain Film Festival in Spokane this coming weekend.
Volunteerism and collaboration appear to be replacing a U.S. Forest Service proposal to charge a recreation fee to enter the Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.
Despite what you might think, it’s still possible to travel to Cuba.
Voting for the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness annual photo contest opened Wednesday.
The head of Washington’s wildlife management service visited Spokane on Monday, fielding questions about wolves, hunting opportunities, bird watching, angling and more.
Longtime wolf researcher Mark Boyce presented a paper reflecting on his 40 years of work – as well as the work of some of his students and colleagues – on the reintroduction of wolves to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. That paper, while questioned by some scientists, gives insight into the history of a complicated and heated debate about the impact of wolves in Yellowstone, and beyond.
For the first time Washington wildlife officials will attempt to kill wolves from three separate packs.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Nov. 8.
Buck Domitrovich took this photo of a wood duck at Cannon Park in late October.
Idaho Fish and Game Director Virgil Moore will retire in January after a 41-year career with the agency that manages everything from smallmouth bass to large predators like black bears, wolves and mountain lions.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is accepting letters of interest through Dec. 31 for membership on its Master Hunter Advisory Group.
Two woodland caribou, a rarely seen member of the deer family, have been spotted in northwest Montana, according to a Montana Fish, Wildlfie & Parks news release.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed that a member or members of the Togo wolf pack attacked and injured a calf on Oct. 26.
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Her first overnight backpacking trip. The first time she’d hiked more than 10 miles in one go. A cross-country adventure with a man she’d been dating for less than a year.
Avista isn’t taking sides on Initiative 1631 carbon fee because “climate change is a complicated policy issue.” If I remember correctly, that was my go-to excuse for not doing my college homework. Too complicated. Sorry prof, going to sit this one out.
The most riveting scene in Free Solo, a blockbuster climbing documentary about free soloist Alex Honnold’s ropeless ascent of the 3,000-foot El Capitan, is shot in his van.
Three adult coho salmon, the first from an effort by the Nez Perce Tribe to re-establish an extinct run, have returned to the Lostine River.
Caribou, the Grey Ghosts of northern forests, will no longer roam the Lower 48.
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