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Outdoors blog archive for Jan. 1, 2015

MONDAY, NOV. 30, 2015

SUNDAY, NOV. 29, 2015

FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 2015

Mackenzie Ryan boats a kokanee from Lake Pend Oreille. IDFG surveys indicated a population of 1.4 million adult kokanee, one of the highest estimates since the 1970s.

New fishing rules adopted for North Idaho

FISHING -- Idaho Fish and Game Commission recently approved fishing rules changes for the 2016-18 seasons. New rules will take effect on Jan. 1. Statewide changes include a new possession limit, which will be three times the daily bag limit after the second day of...

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THURSDAY, NOV. 26, 2015

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 2015

Bald eagles are attracted to spawning kokanee, which provide a feast when the fish congregate into bays and small streams suring fall and winter. About 130 bald eagles were counted near Granite Creek as Lake Pend Oreille's revived kokanee population was spawning in early December 2012. (Jesse Tinsley)

Bald eagle count grows at Lake Coeur d'Alene

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Kokanee are spawning and dying in North Idaho's two largest lakes and bald eagles are loving it. Dozens of eagles are congregating at Granite Creek and in the Bayview shoreline area to take advantage of revived kokanee fisheries in Lake Pend Oreille....

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Male sage grouses fight for the attention of a female. (Associated Press)

Idaho moves ahead with sage grouse plan

THREATENED SPECIES -- Idaho officials on Tuesday approved implementing the state’s plan to protect habitat for greater sage grouse on endowment lands, despite frustration with federal land managers. The Montana Land Board approved restrictions meant to protect sage grouse habitat earlier this month. According to...

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TUESDAY, NOV. 24, 2015

MONDAY, NOV. 23, 2015

SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 2015

FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 2015

The male ring-necked pheasant is a favorite pursuit of American sportsmen.

Pheasant release planned; last of season

HUNTING -- Pheasants are scheduled to be released this week at up to 44 Eastern Washington sites that are detailed in the Fish and Wildlife Department’s Pheasant Enhancement Program website. The first releases will occurred in September in advance of the youth upland bird season....

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THURSDAY, NOV. 19, 2015

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