Month: November 2017

Photo by Dan Wilson.

Night Riding

Don’t Let the Shorter Days Chase You Off the Trails The equinox has come and gone, and soon Daylight Savings Time will come along and pour salt in our wounds. In case you haven’t already noticed, minutes of sunlight are disappearing each week. Luckily for us, it’s the 21st century and gone are the days …

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Photo of a varied thrush by Tina Wynecoop.

Backyard Birding: Create Your Own Oasis for Native Birds

One year I participated in the Christmas Bird Count with members of the Spokane Audubon Society. As we prowled our beat, my teammates headed for the few households that had well-maintained bird feeding stations. There we found myriads of birds and lively oases of feathered hustle and bustle in the frozen morning. “Hey,” I thought, …

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Angie Feser having intense fun with cyclocross. Photo: Hank Greer

Inland Northwest Cyclocross at Walters’ Fruit Ranch (Nov 12)

Zuster Cycling will be holding the Inland Northwest Cyclocross’ final race of the season at Walters’ Fruit Ranch in Mead on November 12. Cyclocross is a form of bicycle racing that combines mountain and road biking. It involves a serious of obstacles, which may include muddy sections, river crossings, steep sections, and man-made obstacles such …

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