The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Washington is bound to protect salmon to fulfill treaty obligations with Northwest tribes – even if it means spending billions to fix road culverts that block salmon passage.
News | Environment | local | Fish & WildlifeAP | June 27, 2016 12:09 p.m. | Seattle
Federal appeals judges say the state of Washington has violated the treaty rights of tribes to fish by building and maintaining large pipes that allow streams to pass beneath roads but also block migrating salmon.
local | News | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | AnimalsThe Columbian | June 26, 2016 4:07 p.m.
Look into the trees around Vancouver open spaces this summer, and you might notice a lot of milk carton-sized orange and green boxes dangling from the branches.
A solitary Spix's Macaw was spotted and caught on video flying over Bahia, Brazil. The origins of the bird are unknown, but conservators say its appearance represents "a new hope" for the area.
A wolf attacked and killed two goats and one lamb in Southern Oregon’s Jackson County last weekend, according to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials.
Most people's impression of Washington's shellfish industry is hazy at best. Here's what it takes to put oysters on your plate.
There’s no question now: the tui chub are back in Diamond Lake. What are we willing to do about it?