The Bower Climbing Coalition raised more than $10,000 at its annual fundraiser last Sunday.
A photo caption in Thursday’s outdoors section may have led some readers to believe that winter camping on Mount Spokane is allowed with no caveats.
Elaborate riverbank antennas appeared this fall along the Salmon and Lemhi rivers as part of a study to learn where juvenile chinook salmon like to hang their hats before heading off to the ocean.
An 8-year-old Idaho girl obliterated a state catch-and-release record last month while fishing with her family at Lake Pend Oreille.
It’s November. Stay vigilant. As the temperature drops and the days grow short, vehicle-deer collisions increase. It’s a yearly cycle driven by biology, infrastructure, hunting and the time change.
A measure restricting statewide vehicle registration fees will hamper efforts to reduce deer-vehicle collisions in the Okanogan Valley.
The Banff Film Festival is just around the corner. As usual, attendees can expect a varied, interesting viewing experience.
The anglers at Silver Bow Fly Shop will offer a series of fly tying courses on Saturday and Nov. 16.
In Glacier National Park, little camouflaged cameras are hidden throughout the trails, not to see hiker’s antics but to capture the elusive lynx.
My first introduction to snow camping with my kid was an accident. I had bribed her with the enticement of an alpine lake (“We can fish for our dinner!”), only to discover that lake was still frozen over. “Oh no!” she wailed. “We can’t camp here!”
Snow camping is the perfect way to
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Nov. 7
A great gray owl looks out across its Rocky Mountain kingdom as the sun slowly sets and the temperature begins to drop. Buck Domitrovich took this photo in Southwest Montana on Oct. 30.
The steep decline of threatened Snake River steelhead over the past five years has triggered a review under an adaptive management provision of the federal government’s plan to protect the fish.
The chance to comment on how Washington’s gray wolves should be managed once they are no longer a state endangered species has been extended until Nov. 15.
Nearly $9 million dollars in state money will pour into regional recreation and conservation projects over the next two years.
The boys kicked the 90-foot tall, dead tree, tempting the widow-maker with each stomp, caught in the exuberance of outdoor adventure.
There is a wonderfully optimistic approach to solutions these days in the form of singular panaceas. If we could just change
The final Washington State Parks free days are Nov. 11 and Nov. 29. A Discover Pass is not required on those days.
The Columbia Plateau Wildlife Management association and the First Hunt Foundation combined efforts to raise $196 and about 600 pounds of food for the Cheney Food Bank on Oct. 19.