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Daytime darkness: Total solar eclipse wows in Latin America

Thousands of people gathered in the Chilean region of La Araucanía on Monday to witness a solar eclipse, rejoicing in the rare experience even though visibility was limited because of cloudy skies. Skies were clear in northern Patagonia in Argentina, where people also watched the moon briefly block out the sun and plunge daytime into darkness.

Reader photos capture essence of summer outdoors

Summer in the Inland Northwest serves up a lot of eye candy for outdoor photographers. Nesting birds and newborn fawns turn a lot of heads. Moose pose like models. Our numerous water bodies are full of features to admire through the lens.

Eclipse-assisted tides unleash net pen Atlantic salmon into Bellingham Bay

FISHING -- A week after wild fish activists announced a protest against net-pen fish farming in Puget Sound, the solar eclipse on Monday apparently contributed to whipping up tides that unleashed thousands of 10-pound Atlantic salmon into Bellingham Bay. Tribes, sportsmen and scientists have long...

Critters, fish seemed to respond to peak of solar eclipse

WILDLIFE -- I'm hearing various reports from observant eclipse watchers who noticed changes in critter behavior during the event Monday morning. "Ducks in the nearby pond stopped dabbling, swallows began feeding again, then in the blink of an eye a strange other-worldly dim white light...

Slackliner takes solar eclipse in stride over Wyoming abyss

Slackliner Alex Mason of the San Francisco Bay area, walked through totality today with nothing but a ribbon between him and the rocks far below in the brief eclipse of darkness in Wyoming. According to the Red Bull Content Pool, Mason rigged a line through...

A reptilian tail? A solar eclipse. Taylor Swift teases fans

Three days after going dark on social media, the pop star put out more clues leading to a possible single drop Monday, the day of the big solar eclipse. And if the lyric-sharing site Genius is to be believed, the tune is titled “Timeless.” The title was teased there but taken down later Monday.

Solar eclipse activities offered at Lake Roosevelt sites

SKY WATCHING -- An educational twist to viewing the Aug. 1 solar eclipse is being organized for two sites in the Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area as well as the Kettle Falls library. This solar eclipse, which last occurred in 1918, will cross North America...