January is learn to ski and snowboard month, and with the area’s snow pack finally filling in there are a multitude of deals and events at area resorts.
The bald eagles that flock to Coeur d’Alene lake to feed on kokanee draw their fair share of praise and photos every year. The often-overlooked player in the entire drama? The kokanee themselves.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Jan. 3.
A hungry moose wandered into a hospital in Anchorage and started munching, Monday.
The author of a book uncovering Spokane’s rich skiing history will give a free presentation Jan. 17 starting at 7 p.m.
Cross-country ski for free on the Ferry County Rail Trail on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Environmental groups have withdrawn from talks aimed at updating the wolf management plan in Oregon.
A 12-day, 150-mile kayaking adventure off the west coast of Vancouver Island tested John McKee’s logistical prowess and physical endurance this summer.
Many skiers and snowboarders probably don’t know it, but the 9,800-foot-high base of Big Sky Resort’s Lone Peak Tram sits atop a slow-moving rock glacier.
The federal government’s multi-day shutdown has minimally impacted Idaho and Washington wildlife management.
Although the snow may be flying and the air may be frigid, the Friends of the Scotchman Peaks organization is still leading hikes into the wilds of North Idaho and Montana.
The Othello Crane Festival announced its 2019 theme on Monday.
Yellowstone National Park officials plan to capture 600 to 900 bison to slaughter this winter for the continuing effort to manage the herd’s population.
A planned public open house and “industry night” for contractors interested in bidding on rebuilding the Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park is the latest victim of the federal government shutdown.
Neither Dad nor I owned this particular piece of property, but we considered it ours, and it was doubtful any others received or gave back as much as we. We walked in single-file silence, our labored breath dominating the quiet around us, following our progress upward in steaming puffs.
The year was 1930, and it was freezing – literally.
Mt. Spokane ski patroller wins national Outstanding Alpine Patroller award.
The forecast for Saturday predicted overnight snow, followed by warming temperatures, rain and wind later in the day. My wingman Dan and me planned to rise early and get first tracks before fresh powder changed to concrete.
A new law that goes into effect Jan. 1 means people in Oregon will be able to harvest and eat roadkill.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Jan. 3
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