Nation | Science | Politics | News | EnvironmentNPR | March 22, 2017 2:04 p.m.
The Senate voted Tuesday to lift a 2016 ban on certain hunting practices — like trapping and aerial shooting — on national wildlife refuges there. Now the bill heads to President Trump to be signed.
Hunting and fishing groups are standing shoulder to shoulder with environmentalists to fight back against what they see as threats to public lands.
local | Fish & Wildlife | Recreation | News | EnvironmentStatesman Journal | Feb. 11, 2017 12:31 p.m.
A proposal that could allow the public to hunt “problem wolves” — animals that attack livestock or cause a major decline in game populations — is a flashpoint in revisions to Oregon’s wolf plan.
In Northwest Washington, a group of scientists and volunteers are searching for sick swans and trying to save them before it’s too late.
Oregon has few restrictions on the use of lead hunting ammunition. That means a plan to reintroduce California condors here could be setting the birds up for disaster.
Environment | News | Fish & Wildlife | Animals | local | RecreationMedford Mail Tribune | Aug. 25, 2016 5:30 p.m.
Oregon has suspended internet sales of hunting and fishing licenses indefinitely while it investigates an apparent security breach in the private vendor used to sell licenses online.
local | Fish & Wildlife | Recreation | News | EnvironmentNorthwest News Network | Aug. 24, 2016 5:31 p.m.
The sale of all hunting and fishing licenses in Washington state has been temporarily suspended because of a cybersecurity breach.
Before the Bundy brothers from Nevada made their stand at Malheur Wildlife Refuge against the federal government's public land ownership, a Northwesterner made the call for the feds to protect the land and its migratory birds.
Land | Land use | Environment | Nation | News | Politics | local | An Occupation In Eastern OregonOPB | Jan. 14, 2016 4:30 p.m.
An Oregon-based sportsmen's group is trying to start a formal opposition to the armed occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Oregon families collect deer antlers without killing any animals.
TUESDAY: We explore why Oregonians aren't hunting or fishing as much as they used to.
Bringing in his daily limit of waterfowl for the day, Travis Underwood opens the back of his truck, setting free a yellow-furred dog wearing a camouflage vest.