Pikas are the adorable masters of the high country. These potato-sized members of the rabbit family squeak like plush toys and live among the rocks and under deep blankets of snow on the highest cascade peaks. So why are thousands of them living just a few hundred feet above sea level in the Columbia River Gorge?
A couple sets out to see 365 waterfalls in a year but instead finds 500.
A lake in the Cascades has several holes in it that look and act like bathtub drains.
Columbia Spotted Frogs require full time water yet find a way to live in the desert.