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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Hunters boost science at check stations

Big-game hunters heading out this week can help wildlife managers in Idaho and Washington collect valuable information about deer and elk populations by taking a few minutes to stop at a hunter che...

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Feds sued for weaseling out on listing Pacific fisher

WILDLIFE -- Four conservation groups have sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for not listing the Pacific fisher, a small, weasel-family predator, as a threatened species. The lawsuit alleges t...

Muscle-powered skiers find powder in high Selkirks

WINTERSPORTS -- Fall colors are overrated if you're a die-hard backcountry skier or split-boarder looking for whiteness. Jason Hershey and his powder-hound friends trekked up from Priest Lake to th...

Bull elk finds his piece of heaven at Turnbull

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Early Saturday morning, Buck Domitrovich of Cheney was looking for wildlife to photograph in Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. "With a little mist still in the air, I found th...

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