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Tracks indicate more hungry critters hunting for food this week

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Just as prey species are getting a little spring relief from winter, a new threat has shown up on the block: Grizzlies are emerging from their dens in the Priest Lake region. Snowshoers and snowmobilers can get a little creeped out scoping...

Yellowstone cougars hang tough despite wolf impacts on elk

PREDATORS -- Mountain Lions in Yellowstone National Park appear to be maintaining their population in the wake of wolf reintroduction and a 60 percent reduction in the number of elk, wildlife researchers say. Their study is using DNA analysis of scat and hair, along with...

Elk hunter bags trophy of his dreams

HUNTING -- He didn't fill his elk tag this season, but muzzleloader-hunter Todd Klement says he bagged the trophy of a lifetime, and in a sense, the trophy of his dreams. "This female about 80-pounds stalked me not because I was human but because I...

Karelian bear dogs condition wildlife, bag poachers while charming public

Barking at bears, romping through the forest, sniffing for poaching evidence, getting petted by a child and maybe cooling off with a swim in the Pend Oreille River.... It’s all in a good day’s work for Jax, a 1-year-old Karelian bear dog employed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Video: Mountain lion released from bobcat trap without tranquilizers

WILDLIFE -- In this video, a mountain lion caught in a bobcat trap is released without being tranquilized by two Utah Wildlife Resources staffers. This is gutsy work, considering the speed, power and agility of a cougar. It's reality worth watching. Covering the eyes of...