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Lori Iverson has a new appreciation of what the phrase “going viral” means.
We mounted a recent foray deep into the Columbia Basin between Mesa and Othello. The effort foreshadowed the annual Othello Sandhill Crane Festival which takes place this weekend, (April 5-7; Google: Othello Sandhill Crane Festival 2013).
March 2013 has dropped away into history with unusual extreme weather ranging from 21 to 75 degrees. Several early arrival dates for migrant birds were established and documented in the Walla Walla Valley. A drake blue-winged teal at the Wallula Habitat Management Unit on March 30 was a first.
MISSOULA — Some real big fish swim in western Montana rivers. Leave them alone.
Do you ever look back at photos from your childhood? Chances are that if you do, you just might see a small bike under you and a big smile on your face.
We had a good trip to Usk, Wash., in pursuit of tundra swans. We went three days before the community’s scheduled annual swan festival on March 16. After our three-day outing, with two nights at the Nora-the-Schnauzer-friendly La Quinta in Spokane, we got back on Thursday.
The early hint of spring weathering into the region this week is a game-changer for outdoorsmen, but merely a confirmation of what’s already under way for wildlife.
Darlene, Nora the Schnauzer and I turned one of our somewhat regular trips westward from Walla Walla into a full-fledged (ah, a pun!) and surprisingly successful bird-photography excursion.
Wow, winter is slowly dropping out of sight as the sun gets higher over our heads.
A meeting Friday in Moses Lake will discuss the $3 million purchase of another 1,600-acre piece of 4-O Ranch in rural Asotin County.
LEWISTON — There might be hope for rafters who have a history of rotten luck when it comes to drawing coveted permits for the Selway and Middle Fork of the Salmon rivers.
Robert Younghanz is among those on a mission to convince lure and live-bait fishermen that fly fishing is the only way to angle.
SEATTLE — Salmon anglers could see another blissful summer and fall fishing season.
Idaho researchers tap hundreds of citizens to help with a study of reclusive creatures in the Inland Northwest.
SPOKANE — An ambitious research project is under way to shed light on the mysterious movements of white-tailed deer through the thick cover of northeastern Washington.
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