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Columbian whitetails poised for relisting from endangered to threatened

WILDLIFE -- After decades of federal protection, the Columbian white-tailed deer could be reclassified from “endangered” to “threatened." The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in its proposal, is characterizing the move as a success story, saying conservation efforts under the Endangered Species Act have helped...

Bluetongue outbreak confirmed in Eastern Washington deer

WILDLIFE -- A deadly outbreak of bluetongue among Spokane-region white-tailed deer -- which I reported earlier this week -- has been officially confirmed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Although hundreds of deer may be dying from the disease in the state’s drought-stricken...

Hunters get final shot at Washington rule proposals

The public has until Tuesday to comment on 2015-2017 Washington hunting rule proposals such as increasing moose permits and restricting the use of bait in deer and elk hunting. The proposals, developed after several months of public meetings and involvement, will be refined and presented to the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission at its March 20-21 meeting in Moses Lake.

Landers: Huge whitetail tested bowhunter’s mettle

A model sportsman is distinguished on the odd day when something goes wrong and he must make it right. The Internet was buzzing in whitetail circles last week as a photo circulated of Colville-area bowhunter Jim Ebel with a buck speculators rumored to be world class.

Landers: Internet abuzz over huge whitetail

A model sportsman is distinguished on the odd day when something goes wrong and he must make it right. The Internet was buzzing in whitetail circles last week as a photo circulated of Colville-area bowhunter Jim Ebel with a buck speculators rumored to be world class.