Despite facing a $20 million budget shortfall, Washington’s wildlife management agency will not be making significant cuts.
When he looks back at his nearly five decades of fish and wildlife related public service, one memory stands above the rest for Larry Cassidy.
Wolves, bears, prescribed burning and more were discussed during a virtual Q&A session Monday.
Spokane’s nonprofit climbing coalition announced that it is on track to build a toilet at the Deep Creek climbing area in Riverside State Park. The bathroom will be completed in the spring.
Wolves from the Grouse Flats pack killed a calf in Asotin County around July 8, according to a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife news release.
There is nothing quite as soul purifying as the uninterrupted vastness of nature, or the simple sounds of birds and bees toiling about their morning. Even the occasional flapping of my tent in the breeze could not disturb the sun-soaked alpine views.
Spokane climbers Scott Coldiron and the late Jess Roskelley have made the long list for one of the world’s most prestigious climbing awards.
The public comment period on a U.S. Fish and Wildlife proposal to delist gray wolves will close, Monday.
By the time midnight rolled around June 26, Michael Woodruff was out of bed and in the woods listening intently in the morning darkness.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for July 11
A moose calf stands next to its mother on the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge June 25, 2019. The photographer, Buck Domitrovich, used a telephoto lens so as not to disturb the animals.
Conservation groups are suing the federal government for failing to designate critical habitat for endangered mountain caribou in the inland Northwest
A wolf pack in northeast Washington with a history of attacking cattle will be targeted by state shooters this week.
The inaugural Get Out Fest in Republic, Washington, was a success, at least judging from attendance numbers.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking applicants for its Game Management Advisory Council.
Ever wondered how biologists study birds of prey, particularly ospreys?
It’s been established that people who spend more time in parks and other natural settings tend to report higher levels of health and happiness, but new research shows there’s actually a magic number for it.
Entering its fifth year, Spokatopia will be bigger and better than ever. Spokane’s annual outdoor festival will be a two-day event, said event organizer Derrick Knowles.
The vision is a 180-mile-long separated trail from West Yellowstone, Montana, through the Teton Valley, over Teton Pass and deep into Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. But like an uncompleted puzzle, several key elusive pieces are missing and still being worked out.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) – Federal officials are revising a 1999 plan as part of a strategy to recover endangered white sturgeon in the Kootenai River in northern Idaho and western Montana.