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2015/03/01 00:29
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LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — An aerial survey of marine mammals in the lower Columbia River found spring Chinook salmon will have to make it past more than 6,000 hungry harbor seals, 1,500 California sea...
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2015/02/28 06:44
2015/02/28 06:44
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WENATCHEE — People who have been exploring the burned areas of the Carlton Complex Fire are seeing signs that some animals died, and others survived the largest wildfire in Washington's history last...
2015/02/27 20:56
2015/02/27 20:56
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Published: Friday, February 27, 2015, 11:44 a.m. Tips for razor clam digging with kids What a difference daylight makes. The last time I tried razor clam digging, it was an adventure. (Read: Dark,...
2015/02/27 14:45
2015/02/27 14:45
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LONG BEACH, Wash. — Razor clam digging will be open Monday through Thursday on the Long Beach Peninsula and at Twin Harbors. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife said marine toxin test...
2015/02/25 21:12
2015/02/25 21:12
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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is working on a new management plan for the Sinlahekin and Scotch Creek wildlife areas in northeastern Okanogan County. The two areas cover...
2015/02/23 16:57
2015/02/23 16:57
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A coyote pounces on small prey in Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Kim Seng (Captain Kimo)/Flickr A coyote slipped into the darkened field, just as everyone had expected. People at last summer’s...
2015/02/20 21:12
2015/02/20 21:12
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Snow accumulations well below normal By Ann McCreary Last year set the record for the driest January and February in terms of snowpack for the upper Columbia basin since records have been kept, but...
2015/02/15 12:32
2015/02/15 12:32
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By Marcy Stamper More than 5,000 birds — mostly game birds, plus a small flock of chickens and ducks — were euthanized last week to keep avian influenza from spreading to birds beyond two areas in...
2015/02/15 12:32
2015/02/15 12:32
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Biologists John Rohrer of the U.S. Forest Service, left, and Scott Fitkin of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, examine an immobilized, 30-pound wolverine caught in a trap Feb. 1 near Easy...
2015/02/10 14:44
2015/02/10 14:44
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Another strong coho run is predicted to enter the Columbia River in 2015, although far smaller than the monster return of 2014. State, federal and tribal biologists have released the Oregon...
2015/02/07 03:34
2015/02/07 03:34
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Ron Blackledge of Multnomah Anglers & Hunters helps control a fat trout for Emmalee Clemetson, 4, of Vancouver, Wash. at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show in the Portland Expo Center. The club,...
2015/02/05 14:45
2015/02/05 14:45
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Should sportsmen be allowed to keep at least some wild summer chinook — especially given the relative scarcity of marked salmon — in the lower Columbia River? Members of the bi-state Columbia River...
2015/02/03 21:39
2015/02/03 21:39
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Many salmon rivers around Puget Sound have experienced increasing fluctuations in flow over the past 60 years, just as climate change projections predict - and that's unfortunate news for threatened...
2015/01/30 20:56
2015/01/30 20:56
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Local wildlife: The Camano Wildlife Habitat Project will teach people about common animals found in Snohomish and Island counties on Saturday. The presentation starts at 1 p.m. in the Whale Room and...
2015/01/29 17:31
2015/01/29 17:31
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VANCOUVER — Anticipating another strong return of spring Chinook salmon, fishery managers from Washington and Oregon on Wednesday set the initial 2015 fishing season to run through April 10 on the...
2015/03/01 00:29
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