Animals | News | Environment | NW Life | localAP | March 17, 2017 12:20 p.m. | Spokane, Washington
The population of wolves in Washington state grew by 28 percent last year, with at least two new packs, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said Friday.
A fire did damage to a house in Pendleton, but the family — and their 20-pound iguana — were not hurt.
You may have seen the sideways grin of a puppy making the rounds in the media lately, with his misaligned snout and oddly protruding teeth.
A mysterious disease responsible for millions of bat deaths was largely confined to the eastern U.S. until it appeared last year near Seattle. That set Northwest scientists on a race to learn more.
Under the measure, if a dog owner or guardian decides to leave their canine for a period of time, they must provide them with proper food, water, and shelter and give him or her enough space to move around without becoming tangled.
Animals | News | Environment | local | Fish & WildlifeEast Oregonian | Feb. 22, 2017 7:45 a.m. | Pendleton, Oregon
After months of rehabilitation at Blue Mountain Wildlife, the birds were set to be released back into the wild. They took flight without any hesitation, and in seconds were soaring effortlessly.
The Oregon Zoo’s most famous pachyderm, Packy, was euthanized earlier this month after a long battle with a drug-resistant strain of tuberculosis. He was remembered during a memorial service on Saturday.