I had the privilege to hunt with Solo a decade ago when he was young, athletic and fast enough to snatch a flushing pheasant out of the air before I could get the shotgun to my shoulder.
Hundreds flocked to the Mount Pisgah Arboretum in spite of the soggy Sunday weather for the annual Mushroom Festival, which has become a mycological institution for people across the northwest.
The eastern population of the Steller sea lion will be taken off the threatened species list, a federal agency announced Wednesday.
It was a project that had support from many groups, everyone from a local watershed council to the state marine board.
The first alligator snapping turtle found in the Eastern Oregon wilderness was pulled out of the Prineville Reservoir, the ODFW reported Monday.
Alaska's red king crab fishery, made famous by the Discovery Channel reality show "Deadliest Catch," was finally moving into to full swing Friday after returning furloughed federal workers issued the necessary permits.
Utah authorities are mulling whether to press charges against a man who purposely knocked over an ancient Utah desert rock formation and the two men who cheered him on after they posted video of the incident online.
Alaska's famous red king crab fishery is about to begin, now that the federal government's partial shutdown has ended.
The Smithsonian's National Zoo's panda cam is back online, but the zoo itself is taking more time to reopen after the government shutdown.
A new study looking at the impacts of climate change on the world’s ocean systems concludes that by the year 2100, about 98 percent of the oceans will be affected by acidification, warming temperatures, low oxygen, or lack of biological productivity – and most areas will be stricken by a multitude of these stressors.
The fall chinook that return to the free-flowing Hanford Reach of the Columbia River are renown for including a few gargantuan survivors in the 50- to 60-pound range.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife and a group of stakeholders had considered cutting hatchery releases of certain salmon. But officials say a reduction wont be happening any longer.
A stunning look at recent events from the Western United States, as captured by the lenses of the Associated Press.
Two top North Olympic Peninsula law enforcement officials unsuccessfully lobbied federal authorities Tuesday to dismiss the $125 “violation of closure” tickets issued to people who visited the closed Olympic National Park over the weekend.