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Outdoors blog archive for July 25, 2011

MONDAY, JULY 25, 2011

Grizzly attack takes toll on Alaska NOLS group

WILDLIFE ENCOUNTERS -- Seven teens participating in a month-long National Outdoor Leadership School wilderness trip in Alaska were mauled by a grizzly bear with a cub in Alaska's Talkeetna Mountains; two hikers had life-threatening injuries, the Denver Post reports.

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The Lewis and Clark Expedition's fishing experiences are explained in a virtual tour exhibit at

Virtual tour: Fishing with Lewis and Clark

FISHING -- I've often dreamed of tagging along and fishing the virgin wilderness rivers traveled by the Lewis and Clark Expedition as it explored the West. Now it's easy to at least get a flavor for it. A major exhibit of the expedition's fishing experiences...

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BLM sets planning workshops for public

PUBLIC LANDS -- The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is conducting workshops in the next two weeks so the public can view maps and participate in developing proposals for managing 445,000 acres in Washington, including the Fishtrap Lake area and Huckleberry Mountains. Issues to be...

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