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Botswana lifts ban on elephant hunting, to some anger

Botswana has lifted its ban on elephant hunting in a country with the world’s highest number of the animals, a decision that has brought anger from some wildlife protection groups …

UPDATED: Wed., April 10, 2019

Washington hunter bags world-record moose in Ferry County

With fog blanketing the dense slopes of Northeast Washington and only two days left in the 2018 moose season, Jim Hall wasn’t optimistic.

Out & About: Big evening funds SCI’s wildlife-related effort

OUTFUND – The Inland Empire Chapter of Safari Club will raise money for wildlife conservation at its annual fundraising banquet and auction on Feb. 11 at the Mirabeau Park Hotel, …

2011: Speedy pronghorns reintroduced into Washington

Pronghorns reasserted themselves as the fastest land mammals in Washington in January, thanks to a sportsmen’s group that joined with the Yakama Nation for an end run around state bureaucracy …

Volunteer Mike Coyle nets legacy at Spokane Fish Hatchery

Behind the scenes, Mike Coyle has taught hundreds of kids about the life history of trout while helping the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department save fish for anglers. Coyle, 79, …

Nets help fish survive so they can be caught by anglers later

The Spokane Fish Hatchery is not for the birds. Washington Fish and Wildlife workers emphasized that Tuesday by installing new netting to keep avian predators away from raceways full of …

Pronghorns released for new start on Yakama Indian Reservation

Pronghorns are reasserting themselves as the fastest land mammals in Washington, thanks to a sportsmen’s group that joined with the Yakama Nation for an end run around state bureaucracy and …

Pronghorn quiz

Pronghorn quiz

Game relocation science vastly improved

Washington doesn’t have a good record for trying to reintroduce pronghorns, but state wildlife officials say improved techniques give the Yakama Nation a good chance of making the latest attempt …

Nevada glad to provide ‘lopers’

Nevada was more than happy to share its pronghorns with Washington last weekend. “We have really good summer range but limited winter range, so we don’t want our herd to …