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  • Researcher cited for hand-feeding bears

    A Minnesota bear researcher with a following of admirers is generating controversy and legal action for his practice of hand-feeding wild bears. The Department of Natural Resources is in court …


  • Lake trout impact elk calves

    Fewer cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake could be part of the reason that elk herds migrating out of the park are declining. Two recently published studies conducted in Yellowstone National …


  • Critter cams provide peek into the lives of bears

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Biologists at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are getting a peek into what city bears do all day.


  • Landers: Spring has already sprung for wildlife

    The early hint of spring weathering into the region this week is a game-changer for outdoorsmen, but merely a confirmation of what’s already under way for wildlife. Skiers coming off …


  • Landers: Spring has already sprung for wildlife

    The early hint of spring weathering into the region this week is a game-changer for outdoorsmen, but merely a confirmation of what’s already under way for wildlife.


  • Moscow advances to state tournament

    Dane Randall and Nick Ellison combined to score 26 points as the Moscow Bears recovered from a shaky third quarter to beat the visiting Lakeland Hawks 60-53 for the 5A …


  • Central Valley boys make their free throws, hold of Gonzaga Prep

    In practice leading up to Saturday’s District 8 4A boys basketball title game at Central Valley, the Greater Spokane League champion – and top-seeded – Bears practiced their free throws. …


  • Bears double up

    Until last season, it had been a more than a dozen years since Central Valley High had won a Greater Spokane League boys’ basketball title. The Bears must have enjoyed …


  • MNF: Lions at Bears

    The Bears (4-1) are trying to solidify their spot at the top of the NFC North, while the last-place Lions (2-3) are trying to jump back into the race. “With …


  • Bears baffle Romo

    Those 30-something defenders for the Chicago Bears showed Tony Romo how much they can still play. Lance Briggs and Charles Tillman, two of the five defensive starters for Chicago in …


  • Best bet on the Tube

    All those 30-something defenders for the Chicago Bears can still play. They get to quarterbacks and make plenty of tackles even if they may have lost a little speed through …


  • Wolves alter field for hunts

    While Idaho sportsmen will be hunting for wolves again this season, hunters in both Idaho and Washington will be hunting with wolves in the area. Either way, wolves have changed …


  • County pays for survey of grizzlies

    Grizzly bears have keen noses – far keener, in fact, than a bloodhound’s. The big bruins literally sniff their way through life, relying on their sense of smell to find …


  • Grizzly sow and cub found dead in North Idaho

    SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A $10,000 reward is being offered for information about who shot a grizzly bear and her nursing cub in northern Idaho.


  • Out & About: Group working to translate fishing rules into Russian

    OUTDO – A group of anglers is trying to get Spokane River anglers speaking the same language on fishing restrictions to protect struggling native redband trout. The group has worked …


  • Photos incriminate hunter in bear baiting case

    A Pierce County man built a picture-perfect case – against himself and others – to help prosecutors file charges on more than 40 counts involving baiting and killing black bears …


  • Nugent pleads guilty to hunting violation

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Rocker and gun rights advocate Ted Nugent pleaded guilty today to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in Alaska, saying he was sorry for unwittingly violating …


  • Expert details benefits of bear spray in trailer at Big Horn Show

    Hike in groups in bear country. Keep food and trash away from bears.


  • Wildlife managers work to avoid grizzly encounters

    Rules for staying safe in bear country are easily posted on signs, websites and pamphlets. The hard part: getting folks to absorb information.


  • Montana bears lured into trouble

    Bears kept Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks managers busy last year, partly because rural residents weren’t up to speed on living with the increased number of grizzlies in the region. …


  • In grizzly country, caution is key

    Grizzly bears are tucked away in their winter dens for at least another six weeks. But grizzly specialist Kim Annis is already embarking on northwestern Montana’s rural talk circuit. Hired …


  • Grizzlies now at ZooMontana friendly wrestlers, not enemies

    BILLINGS – Visitors to ZooMontana can get a better idea of how grizzly bears interact now that two male grizzlies are able to be in the bear exhibit at the …


  • Forest road plan aims at bear safety

    Keeping people away from grizzly bears is the goal of forest plan amendments for the Idaho Panhandle, Kootenai and Lolo national forests, which will restrict motor vehicle travel into prime …


  • Banff films bring extreme outdoor pursuits to Spokane’s big screen

    Adventure, humor, awareness and awe, plus a good dose of pucker factor, are coming to Spokane next weekend in a road show of top outdoor adventure films. The cream of …


  • Bears rally from behind to beat Eagles

    PHILADELPHIA – Jay Cutler threw a go-ahead 5-yard TD pass to Earl Bennett, Matt Forte ran for 133 yards and the Bears rallied to beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-24 on …


  • Bolster, Tonk looking for new normal

    A few weeks ago, she was just a wrangler who led dudes on trail rides near Glacier National Park. This week, Erin Bolster is trying to deal with a thousand …


  • Heroes in grizzly chase featured on Letterman show

    Fans of heroes, horses, wranglers and grizzly bears got it all in one package Tuesday night on “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Trail riding guide Erin Bolster and her …


  • Complaints about bears drop in North Idaho

    North Idaho’s black bears are better behaved this year – generating fewer complaints for raiding bird feeders, upsetting garbage cans or scrambling onto decks in search of dog food. Matt …


  • Food storage rules set for Panhandle

    The Forest Service is stepping up efforts to reduce conflicts between people and wildlife, especially bears. On Tuesday the Idaho Panhandle National Forests will enact rules dealing with human food …


  • Hunter killed by gunshot wound, not by grizzly bear attack

    A hunter who died during a grizzly bear attack was died of a single gunshot wound to the chest, the Montana State Crime Lab medical examiner announced today.

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