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Can't Bear More News? Take A Break With Funny Wildlife Furtography

Take a gander at these photos — they're pretty amoosing. Yes, it's time for the Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards, and this year you can vote in the "people's choice" category.

NW Life | local | Sports | Animals

Could An Oregon Horse Ever Win The Kentucky Derby?

The chances of an Oregon horse winning the Kentucky Derby is the longest of long shots. But the sheer will of one Oregonian has increased the odds for years to come.

NW Life | local | Recreation | Sports | Animals

Oregon Mushers And Sled Dogs Share A Bond Forged In Miles

Sled dogs are some of the best athletes on the planet. By raising and racing them, Northwest mushers create a deeper connection to their pets — one with thousands of years of history.

NW Life | local | Animals

Goat Yoga's Rise From Oregon Experiment To Internet Sensation

After Goat Yoga rose to internet fame, its Oregon founder has tried to turn the viral sensation into a sustainable business.

NW Life | Fish & Wildlife | Arts | Entertainment | Animals | Oregon Lens

Saving Green Sea Turtles In 'My Haggan Dream'

When a green sea turtle talks to you in a dream, you listen.

NW Life | Animals | Environment | Entertainment | Recreation | Land | local | Oregon Field Guide Summer Series

Skip The Drama, Backpack With A Llama In Oregon

Llama backpacking is popular among Oregonians who don't want to carry a heavy pack on the trail.

NW Life | Environment | local | Animals

Counting Mountain Goats On Mount St. Helens

Prior to the eruption of Mount St. Helens, few people realized there were mountain goats living in the area. A recent survey shows they are thriving in the region.

Land | local | Animals | NW Life | Oregon Field Guide Summer Series

Shepherdess Briana Murphy Takes On Portland Foliage

Briana Murphy's goats clear foliage throughout the urban jungles of industrial Portland.

NW Life | Science | Animals | Forestry | local | Fish & Wildlife | Oregon Field Guide Summer Series

At 88, 'Raptorman' Jim Anderson Still Lives Up To His Nickname

At 88 years old, Jim Anderson can be found climbing trees, tracking eagles and continuing the conservation work that earned him the nickname “Raptorman.”  

NW Life | local | Animals

Springfield Dogs To Star In 'Scoop The Poop' Promo Calendar

As if scooping dog poop into a plastic bag isn’t its own reward, Springfield’s Development and Public Works Department is offering dog walkers a whiff of fame as well.