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2014/12/19 03:29
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Officials confirm Whitman County wolf kill Published On: Dec 18 2014 06:15:18 PM PST Growing concern for ranchers as the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed the first case of a...
2014/12/19 03:29
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2014/12/19 03:29
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Growing concern for ranchers as the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed the first case of a wolf killing a sheep in Whitman County, which could mean there's a new wolf pack in the...
2014/12/18 23:12
2014/12/18 23:12
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Deer will get some extra food this winter to protect orchards near Pateros, although the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) believes that deer are doing well overall despite the many...
2014/12/18 20:12
2014/12/18 20:12
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By Sarah Jane Keller A new study raises questions about how to handle livestock conflicts. In two decades of studying large carnivores, nature has never failed to surprise Rob Wielgus. For example,...
2014/12/18 19:44
2014/12/18 19:44
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Sturgeon retention in the Bonneville pool of the Columbia River Gorge will open Jan. 1, tentatively continue daily through March 1, then close until resuming for a couple of weekends in June and...
2014/12/18 01:29
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More sheep have been killed or gone missing in Whitman County as Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has confirmed the first case of a wolf killing a sheep in the county. Lamont area rancher...
2014/12/17 18:05
2014/12/17 18:05
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US agriculture officials have found avian influenza in wild birds in Washington state but say there's no immediate public health concern. The US Department of Agriculture said separate strains of the...
2014/12/13 02:34
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Visitors to Bonneville Dam's viewing chamber this past year beheld enormous runs of numerous species of salmon and steelhead and 2015 promises much the same treat.Glenda Monroe How does that 1951...
2014/12/11 14:45
2014/12/11 14:45
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State biologists estimate the population of legal-size sturgeon in the lower Columbia River increased 5 percent in 2014, the first year of a total ban on retention by sport and commercial...
2014/12/08 19:16
2014/12/08 19:16
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It’s not an invasion: on the spike in coyote sightings this Autumn When asked about what sort of services have been provided in response to reports of coyote sightings in Ballard urban areas, Chris...
2014/12/07 01:49
2014/12/07 01:49
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Frank Stricklin stepped out of a thicket of trees and onto the bank of a shimmering pond, located well inside Newberry Hill Heritage Park. Stricklin, a volunteer steward for the county park west of...
2014/12/05 02:44
2014/12/05 02:44
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GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Scientists have found that, contrary to what many people think, killing wolves does not always reduce attacks on livestock. Researchers at Washington State University found that...
2014/12/04 18:30
2014/12/04 18:30
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A study out of Washington State University caught more than a few people by surprise Wednesday, when it revealed that a 25-year analysis of records across several states concluded that killing wolves...
2014/12/02 20:29
2014/12/02 20:29
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The Coast Guard has escorted a commercial crab fishing vessel back to port in southwest Washington after saying it found several safety violations including expired flares and an insufficient number...
2014/11/26 21:12
2014/11/26 21:12
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Cinder calmly explored her new enclosure before taking a nap. Photo courtesy IBBR By Ann McCreary Almost four months after she was discovered on French Creek, limping on badly burned paws, Cinder...
2014/11/23 08:56
2014/11/23 08:56
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Published: Sunday, November 23, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Guest commentary / Saving steelhead Replenish steelhead runs with return to hatcheries As keeper of the angling archives for the Snohomish...
2014/11/22 02:34
2014/11/22 02:34
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Don Hickman of Sauvie Island broke the ice before a successful afternoon duck hunt during last week's freeze. Ducks have moved south into the flyway from Canada after frigid weather in the north that...
2014/11/20 20:12
2014/11/20 20:12
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By Ann McCreary Last summer’s wildfire appears to have taken a toll on Lookout Pack gray wolves, leaving only one surviving pup from this year’s litter. “The fire burned over what we thought was the...
2014/11/20 14:44
2014/11/20 14:44
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The state Recreation and Conservation Office is being asked for almost 50 grants totaling about $32 million for trails, parks, fish and wildlife habitat and boat ramps for Southwest Washington in...
2014/12/19 03:29
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