Rich Landers

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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Briefs: Volunteers to spruce up Turnbull Refuge

The annual community work party to plant trees and shrubs and other projects at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge south of Cheney is set for 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday.

Washington lowland lakes fishing season opens Saturday

Trout fishing in Washington lakes reaches shifts into another gear on Saturday when several hundred lowland lakes – stocked with millions of fish open for a six-month season.

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A killer day of fly fishing

FLY FISHING -- Indeed, the fishing was excellent today at Cutthroat Creek, at least for a few hours. The March Brown hatch was booming at noon. Elk were along the river along with Canada geese and ...

Goose takes a gander from lofty perch

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- A friend of mine is in Yellowstone National Park mainly to observe wolves, which he's been doing from daylight to dusk daily. He's shunned the temptation to chase bear jams and...

Forest Service trail budgets ridiculously low 

PUBLIC LANDS -- Trail maintenance budgets for work on national forests continue to shrink. Here's an excerpt from an interview I did recently with Mike Ball, the Forest Service river ranger for the...

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