Fish & Wildlife | Health | Environment | Flora and Fauna | Food | Wildlife Detectives: A Special ReportKCTS9/EarthFix | May 26, 2015 7:30 p.m. | OLYMPIA, Wash.
Poachers are illegally harvesting and selling Puget Sound shellfish in back-alley deals. Detectives are on the case, trying to protect natural resources and public health.
Flora and Fauna | Fish & Wildlife | Water | local | News | EnvironmentJefferson Public Radio | May 26, 2015 12:05 p.m.
The federal government has been telling Oregon for over a decade that its rules to protect threatened coastal salmon are not up to snuff. Now, the state is faced with a loss of federal dollars unless it gets with the program.
Fish & Wildlife | Sports | Climate change | Water | Communities | Recreation | NW Life | EnvironmentOPB | May 22, 2015 5:30 p.m. | Ashland, Oregon
Many lakes levels are lower this spring than they’ve been in 30 years. That's not just bad news for irrigators and fish. It means many boaters and anglers will be high and dry this summer.
Big money and human health are at stake when it comes to Puget Sound's most lucrative clams and the people charged with protecting them.
Fish & Wildlife | local | Environment | News | OPB News BlogOPB | May 22, 2015 11:30 a.m. | Portland
Astoria officials and locals have been scratching their heads, trying to figure out how to get rid of the ubiquitous barking sea lions that have arrived by the thousands this year on the city's docks. But now, the city may be bringing in the big guns, or should I say, whale.
Washington state has hired a wildlife-conflict specialist to help reduce tensions caused by the state's growing population of wolves.
Flora and Fauna | Fish & Wildlife | Sports | Communities | Recreation | Environment | Forestry | Land | Land useOPB/EarthFix | May 20, 2015 12:30 p.m. | Roseburg, Oregon
The Bureau of Land Management is updating the management plan for the former Oregon and California Railroad lands.
State biologists say Oregon's famous wandering wolf, OR-7, appears to be denned up for a second set of pups in the southern Cascades.
Despite a government program that supplies Indian tribes with eagle feathers for ceremonies, high demand feeds a thriving black market.