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How to use bear spray

Preaching bear awareness and the benefits of carrying bear spray is a year-round job for Chuck Bartlebaugh, regardless of whether bears are hibernating or prowling where hunters and hikers roam. …


No Kid Can Resist a Mud Puddle

A remote trail cam focused on a water hole captures an elk calf’s moment of pure bliss — not unlike any youngster at a water park.


When a grizzly steps on your face

Jaime Johnson, a professional photographer from Montana, recently put a video camera on the bank of an Alaska river where brown bears were frequently walking in search of salmon. Let’s …


Wildlife Rehabilitators

Outdoors Editor Rich Landers talks about the work done by licensed wildlife rehabilitators, volunteers who nurse sick and injured wildlife back to health. Marilyn Omlor is one of a handful …


Transplanting beavers

Rick Desautel, a wildlife officer for the Colville Tribes, is trapping beavers and moving them to creeks which have been damaged by flooding or cattle grazing in the hope that …


Visiting Yellowstone

Photographer Jesse Tinsley visited Yellowstone National Park this summer and shares some of the sights from America’s first national park. Despite the millions of visitors it has received, it is …


Tom Prewitt

Coeur d’Alene Tribe wildlife biologist Tom Prewitt prepares to install a boundary fence last week along tribal land near Benewah Valley Creek, south of Plummer. Prewitt received his degree from …


The trout are jumping

Soft-spoken Dave Welton of Olympia travels the roads of Eastern Washington with his tanker truck loaded with rainbow trout from a hatchery in Soap Lake, Wash. He delivered 3200 triploids …


Loose Moose

Mondays usually start slow at the newspaper. When photo assignments editor Larry Reisnouer asked if I wanted to check out a report of two moose in Comstock Park, I was …