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Outdoors blog archive for April 15, 2011

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011

Human Planet TV series debuts: Preview 2

OUTDOORS ON TV -- Here's the second of four film clips to check out on the new series debuting on the Discovery Channel. Human Planet is the first BBC/Discovery Channel production to focus solely on human behavior and it's profound relationship with nature. The makers...

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Sandpoint’s Matt Gillis, 24 Hours of Schweitzer champ, holds Hank Sturgis, whose illness inspired the (Rich Landers)

24 Hours of Schweitzer skiers set records

SKI BENEFIT -- Mother Nature was no match against the skill and determination of participants at the third-annual “24 Hours of Schweitzer” ski relay, which featured stellar performances, new records and even a marriage proposal. Details just released indicate 120 skiers and snowboarders raised $90,000...

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A wild turkey gobbler bagged on opening day of the spring hunting season. (Rich Landers)

Gobble, Gobble: One down, one to go

HUNTING -- One could hear shots fired within minutes of after Washington's wild turkey hunting season opened this morning at 5:31 a.m. One down, one to go for spring gobbler hunting on the East Side of the state. It was beautiful out there.

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