Many Mount St. Helens visitors and researchers are from other countries
When visitors flock to Mount St. Helens on Saturday, it's a good bet that plenty of them won't be speaking English as their first language.
Debate over wolf management splits agency, sportsmen
Anglers can fish for hatchery steelhead, hatchery chinook jacks downstream of Interstate 5; shad angling now open; kokanee catches improving
Club will have awarded $150,000 in past decade to help Southwest Washington, Columbia Gorge fisheries, habitat
Items about Ape Cave trail, a boating safety class, a cycling event at Trout Lake, the Oregon Bass and Panfish Club meeting and a fishing contest by Cabela's
Hikes, cycling rides, kayak trips and more
37 white-tail deer adjust to new life at Ridgefield wildlife refuge
RIDGEFIELD — More than a month after an elaborate multi-agency operation moved some three dozen endangered Columbian white-tailed deer to protected habitat in Clark County, the animals are adapting to their new surroundings.
Sportsmen get four days in June to retain fish between Bonneville, The Dalles dams
Washington and Oregon to meet again Monday to decide when to start angling again downstream of Bonneville Dam
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The National Marine Fisheries Service is taking public comment on proposed revisions to Steller sea lion protections in the western Aleutian Islands that could lead to more commercial fishing of Pacific cod, pollock and Atka mackerel.
CONVERSE COUNTY, Wyo — It happens about once a month here, on the barren foothills of one of America's green-energy boomtowns: A soaring golden eagle slams into a wind farm's spinning turbine and falls, mangled and lifeless, to the ground.
Corps says end to hunt won't mean more salmon eaten
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Monday it will not continue killing gulls that have been eating baby Caspian terns at the West Coast's largest nesting colony, located at the mouth of the Columbia River.
Corps says terns not expected to return to Rice Island near Astoria
About 1,200 salmon available for commercials and 1,400 for lower river sportsmen
PYRAMID LAKE, Nev. — Hour after hour, Brian Dunn lofted his fly line into the turquoise-blue water of this shimmering desert lake north of Reno.
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