July 30, 2015
July 1, 2015
The Owyhee Desert is a fascinating place where you go from hum-drum scenery to drop-dead gorgeous in an instant, but with summer heat looming you want to get there soon.
A remote trail-cam photo is worth a thousand words about the wildlife we don’t see while recreating in the great outdoors.
GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Each year, as the fly-fishing season is coming to its end in Montana and elsewhere in the Northern Hemisphere, fly-fishing magazines turn their attention to fishing opportunities south of the equator.
The giant old trees within the city make Walla Walla a special place.
People have described rafting the Middle Fork of the Salmon River as exhilarating, soul-refreshing and even life-changing.
Officials of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced historic fishing restrictions this past week, encouraging anglers to target warmwater fish in unusually hot summer conditions.
The 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail sees more traffic after being the inspiration behind a movie.
Norman Maclean’s novella ‘A River Runs Through It’ discusses the beauty of the Blackfoot.
Despite alarmingly low flows and high water temperatures reported in many Western trout streams last week, the Royal Wulff and Renegade Benevolent Society found plenty of room for optimism at Cutthroat Creek, as usual.
WOW, is it ever warm in comparison to last July. Many folks are asking what wild plants and animals do when forced to bake under a summer sun.
Rather than taking out clients, Jerrod Gibbons uses opening day to be with his family.
Scientists are putting tracking devices on a new species — people — as they try to learn more about how their movements affect ecosystems in national parks.
The American Wranglers Junior Horsemen are presenting their fifth annual Pink Ribbon Classic Cancer Benefit Horse Show at the Walla Walla County Fairgrounds July 25th and July 26th.
Wallowa Lake State Park welcomes beginning and out-of-practice campers to join in an overnight guided camping excursion July 31-Aug. 2, part of the statewide "Let's Go Camping" program hosted by Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD).
More than a million acres of private timberlands are being temporarily closed to public access in the Inland northwest because of extreme fire danger.
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