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LEWISTON — A controversial new study challenges long-standing science that pins salmon declines in the Snake River Basin on dams.
A mysterious silver monolith that was placed in the Utah desert has disappeared less than 10 days after it was spotted by wildlife biologists performing a helicopter survey of bighorn sheep, federal officials and witnesses said.
Each year in late summer/early fall, Chinook travel more than 800 miles back from the ocean to scoop out gravel nests in the small streams of the central Idaho wilderness and deposit their eggs.
Gorillas are highly sociable animals – up to a point. A crowded mountain can make silverbacks more violent, scientists say.
Workers from the state Department of Agriculture managed to destroy the first nest of so-called murder hornets discovered in the U.S. without suffering any stings or other injuries, the agency said Monday.
Agricultural officials in Washington state said Friday they are trying to find and destroy a nest of Asian giant hornets — also known as murder hornets — amid concerns they could kill honey bees crucial for pollinating raspberry and blueberry crops.
SAN JOSE, Calif. – How risky is it to fly during the coronavirus pandemic?
Around 90% of U.S. adults are at risk of contracting COVID-19, according to a study from Stanford University.
SEATTLE – Tahlequah’s new calf is a male, the Center for Whale Research has confirmed.
KIGALI, Rwanda – Like many countries, Rwanda is finding it impossible to test each of its citizens for the coronavirus during shortages of supplies. But researchers there have created an approach that’s drawing attention beyond the African continent.
MISSOULA – A grizzly bear attacked a federal biologist during a surprise encounter at a research site in Montana’s Centennial Valley.
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration Friday moved forward with a rule that rolls back health care protections for transgender people, even as the Supreme Court barred sex discrimination against LGBT individuals on the job.
After traveling to the Balkans and witnessing a man dying on the sidewalk, Kevin Robinson shifted his focus to fighting global climate change, and his journey has only just begun after graduating from Spokane Falls Community College. Even before taking on the position as student body President, his peer said Robinson has been a leader on campus, spearheading the effort to establish the Environmental Club.
Investing in soil health is an investment in future generations continuing to eat, according to David Montgomery, a University of Washington geologist. His first book, “Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations,” looked at the consequences of ignoring soil health. He recently published “Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life.”
We can find millions and millions of plankton in bodies of water all over the world – from oceans, rivers, and lakes to ponds and mud puddles.
Not only do fish pee, but their pee gives other animals in the ocean what they need to survive.
Annemarie Prince’s family frequented the Florida woods, where the kids were unleashed to fish in the creek, explore and get dirty. “The coolest thing was catching something live with my hands,” she recalls.
Authorities are investigating reports a teacher fed a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in a rural Idaho town that was the setting for the teenage cult classic film “Napoleon Dynamite.”
Kids will get expert insight on the largest member of the deer family this month as state wildlife biologists have scheduled 45-minute “On the Trail of the Moose” programs at Spokane Public Libraries.