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At 88, 'Raptorman' Jim Anderson Still Lives Up To His Nickname

At 88 years old, Jim Anderson can be found climbing trees, tracking eagles and continuing the conservation work that earned him the nickname “Raptorman.”  

Science | Fish & Wildlife | NW Life | local | Oregon Field Guide Summer Series

Drift Diving The Wilson River

Mike Lees dives into the Wilson River to count the number of juvenile steelhead, salmon and trout that hatch there each year.

Science | Fish & Wildlife | Economy | Food

'The Four Top': BS Food Terms | Flavor Bombs | Bycatch Curious

In the second episode of "The Four Top," we kvetch about B.S. food terminology, learn why inherent flavor will save our lives and cast our net around bycatch, the best new thing in seafood.

Animals | News | Science | local | Nation | Fish & Wildlife

Oregon Zoo Releases Last Of Summer's Silverspot Butterflies

The Oregon Zoo has released the last batch of its zoo-raised silverspot butterflies into the wild as part of a summer program aimed at boosting their numbers.

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Neuroscientist David Eagleman Studies The Subconscious

Neuroscientist David Eagleman's research focuses on the subconscious, which dictates almost everything the conscious brain takes credit for.

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Mining For Gold In The Rogue River Valley

A modern-day gold miner and historian explains the history and legacy of gold mining on the Rogue River in Oregon.