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SALEM — As Claire Wallace finished the last of her ice cream, the 7-year-old took a moment to explain her method of communicating with birds on bicycle rides through Champoeg State Heritage Area.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is accepting public comment on increasing fees for some of its Mid-Columbia activities.
BILLINGS, Mont. — The Obama administration on Friday proposed lifting most remaining federal protections for gray wolves across the Lower 48 states, a move that would end four decades of recovery efforts but some scientists criticized as premature.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. — The two sisters boarded the morning bus to the Happy Isles trail head, ice cream cones in hand.
SAUVIE ISLAND, Ore. – It’s 5 a.m. and a dozen Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) biologists clad in camouflage quietly crouch in the brush next to a field of corn stocks hiding them from tens of thousands of cackling Canada geese in an adjacent field.
With the merry month of May having evaporated, June heralds the arrival of many thousands of young animals, firmly establishes territories, and brings the maturity of many native plants.
BILLINGS, Mont. —Once Jason O’Connor got the hang of Czech nymphing, he started catching twice as many fish on pocket-water rivers and creeks.
SEATTLE — The halibut fishery in the eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca ended Friday on a high note for three Everett anglers.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla endurance riders have had a good start to the season.
Despite two days of wind-driven sand across Harney County, Darlene, Nora the Schnauzer and I declared our recent four-day trip to Burns/Hines and the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge a total success.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Bill Riley knew better than to make the same mistake twice.
With April evaporating into the past, May brings with it spectacular events that happen right under our noses.
The sounds were few but defining: the steady crunching of fine black pumice crushed beneath bike tires, the patter of rain pelting helmet and jacket, labored breaths exhaled in plumes, and the drumming of a rapid pulse as blood rushed through my carotid artery.
WALLA WALLA — Mike Clark recorded his first career hole-in-one on the Walla Walla Country Club’s eighth hole Friday.
Roy and Joyce Anderson submitted this photo of their “pet” in the city park in Granger, Wash.
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