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A Black bird watcher who was targeted in New York City’s Central Park by a white woman after he told her to leash her dog. It didn't culminate in any arrests, and Amy Cooper later issued an apology. But it has brought attention to how the great outdoors can be far from great for Black people.
It has all the drama and intrigue of your favorite Netflix show. It’s an activity that can be done from home, and yet one that doesn’t involve watching TV, drinking or cleaning.
One of my favorite hiking seasons ended Monday, leaving ardent bird hunters with freezers full of healthy meat, fond memories of hoofing hard miles with shotguns in hand, and lean, ultra-fit dogs wanting more.
One of the youngest members of the Spokane Audubon chapter – 18-year-old Curtis Mahon, an Eastern Washington University student working on a wildlife biology degree – will talk Nov. 13 about the birds, bears and other wildlife he saw and photographed during this past summer when he worked in Denali National Park in Alaska.
The Spokane Audubon Society is hosting a birding field trip on Oct. 26.
The bad news was delivered Thursday with the publication of an expansive and detailed National Audubon Society report examining how a warming climate will impact bird species throughout North America.
The Spokane Audubon chapter’s next meeting program, at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Riverview Community Bldg. (2117 E. North Crescent Ave.), will be “Birding Florida,” presented by former Palouse Audubon chapter president Ron Force of Moscow, Idaho, a retired University of Idaho dean.
By the time midnight rolled around June 26, Michael Woodruff was out of bed and in the woods listening intently in the morning darkness.
Gary Miller took this photo of the roots of a long-fallen tree April 4 near Fishtrap Lake, Washington.
She landed at night, the plane touching down a thousand miles west of Hawaii, on a strip of land barely distinguishable from the heaving swells of the Pacific Ocean.
As the Spokane region thaws, bird-watchers are looking to the skies.
The Othello Crane Festival announced its 2019 theme on Monday.
Looking for a beautiful and informative Christmas present? Check out the Spokane Audubon Society’s Birds of Eastern Washington 2019 calendar.
Buck Domitrovich took this photo of a blue jay near Steptoe Butte on Saturday. According to the Audubon Society, the raucous and colorful bird is slowly expanding its range into the Northwest. Logging of Eastern forests initially depressed the species’ population, but the birds have adapted to nesting in cities.
In addition to being a popular pastime, birding is a big business. Bird watchers spend 41 billion annually on trips and equipment.
Bald eagles by the hundreds this week have smashed the record for their annual gathering at Lake Coeur d’Alene to feed on spawning kokanee.
WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Bald eagles by the hundreds this week have smashed the record for their annual gathering at Lake Coeur d'Alene to feed on spawning kokanee. A record 314 bald eagles was counted today in the survey of the eagle season by Carrie Hugo,...
WILDLIFE WATCHING -- With no snow on the ground, a white snowy owl stands out in the Lincoln County landscape on Saturday. Snowy owls are arctic birds that come south as far as the northern tier of states to hunt rodents during winter. They're stunning...
The Spokane Audubon Society is offering monthly reminders that Eastern Washington residents are blessed with birds.