Biologists predict Idaho’s salmon and steelhead runs will be very low again this year, but a new agreement may make migration easier. Warm waters in the Pacific Ocean have hurt all salmon runs since 2014.
Fish and Game employee Jessica Mundall has harvested many roadkill animals. Well-versed in field-dressing wild game, she’s butchered deer, beaver and raccoon and touts the benefits of legally salvaging dead animals.
Feeders are a hummingbird’s only source of food in the winter, so a Bellingham woman wrapped lights around a feeder during the cold snap. A carefully placed heat lamp also works, wildlife officials say.
Adorable footage of 1-year-old grizzly bear cubs playing in the snow at Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville, Washington. The orphaned cubs, Hawthorne and Huckleberry, came to the park in August 2018.
After seeing how much fun her two sons were having as mushers, Laurie Warren, 55, started racing sled dogs and has even qualified for the Iditarod in Alaska. At the family's ranch in Council she gets her Alaskan huskies ready for an upcoming race.
Pacific Northwest writer Ron Judd has been all over the region’s deep forests, nooks and crannies without seeing hide nor hair of the cryptozoology legend Bigfoot. He writes on why the Sasquatch legend must be put to rest.
Outcast Sport Fishing of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, hooked seven great white sharks in one day on Jan. 18, 2019. The crew managed to tag four of them — including what could be the "largest male (great) white shark tagged in the Atlantic."
Warming temperatures have been shrinking glaciers in the North Cascades. But new data suggest varying weather patterns can help stave off that process. glaciers, melting, north cascades, pacific northwest, climate change
Because of the partial shutdown of the federal government, the upcoming razor clam digs scheduled for this weekend, January 19-21, have been canceled, the Olympic National Park announced Wednesday in a news release.