Environment | News | Fish & Wildlife | localAP | Feb. 7, 2016 9:15 a.m. | Spokane, Washington
For decades, Northwest tribes were told it would be too expensive to try and restore salmon runs ruined by dams along the Columbia River. But new technology has raised hopes among tribal members.
Oregon and California — along with federal agencies and PacifiCorp — agreed in principal this week on a separate process to remove the dams by 2020.
local | Politics | Fish & Wildlife | News | Nation | Land | Environment | Land use | An Armed Occupation In Eastern OregonOPB/EarthFix | Feb. 4, 2016 4:57 p.m. | Burns, Oregon
People from around the Northwest are saying they want to help clean up and restore the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge after the occupation ends.
Six months ago, Phoenix's vision began to deteriorate, and staff members at Wildlife Images noticed fogginess in one eye.
The lawsuit targets the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services program.
Recreation | Agriculture | local | Fish & Wildlife | News | Land | EnvironmentOPB | Feb. 2, 2016 11:22 a.m.
The possible designation of the Owyhee Canyonlands in southeastern Oregon as a national monument is getting new attention after an armed occupation near Burns, Oregon.
Climate change has long been considered a threat to the small mammal. But new research shows the outlook for survival in some areas to be more positive.
Oregon and Washington fish and wildlife officials are debating whether to close the only Columbia River sturgeon fishery below Bonneville Dam to protect the fish until the population rebounds.
California has started looking at the environmental effects of dams on the Klamath River. It’s the first official move since the Klamath Basin Water Agreements fell apart at the end of the year.
Fish & Wildlife | News | local | PoliticsAP | Jan. 26, 2016 1:28 p.m. | Boise
Public land experts, outdoor enthusiasts and scientists say Interior Secretary Sally Jewell's year-old wildfire strategy for a wide swath of sagebrush country in the West is turning out to be one of the most significant federal land policy changes in some 80 years.