Restoration efforts bring renewed hope for cleaning up Spokane’s Hangman Creek How did Hangman Creek become one of the most degraded streams in Washington, and …
Volunteers Needed for Restoration at Turnbull
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, in conjunction with the Partners for Fish & Wildlife Program, is seeking volunteers to assist with tree potting events …
Return of the Lynx
Elusive cats re-introduced to the Colville Reservation On a damp October morning, high on the northern end of the Colville Reservation, I got to witness …
Lake Frogs in the Northwest
Learn about lake frogs and what to do if you find a bullfrog in Idaho or Washington State waterways, where hunting is legal.
Tribes Help Salmon Return to Historic Habitat
Inland Northwest tribes, including Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, and Colville Confederated Tribes, reintroduce chinook salmon to Columbia River.
New Wildlife Safety & Guiding Service
Spokane-based Cedar Grove Wildlife Guiding offers safety courses, wildlife tours, workplace trainings, and classroom events.
New Funding For America’s Green Infrastructure
The Great American Outdoors Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure and Jobs Act both provide much-needed funds for public lands.
Why Washington’s Spring Bear Hunt Was Canceled
Washington Fish & Wildlife Commission made the controversial decision to cancel the 2022 spring bear hunt only because of a tie-vote.
National Geographic Live “The Secret Life of Bears”: Jan. 26
Wildlife ecologist Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant presents “The Secret Life of Bears” for National Geographic Live in Spokane on January 26, 2022.