The Trump administration is proposing to define what land and water can be declared as “habitat” for imperiled plants and animals _ potentially excluding areas that species could use in the future
People in Montana say what’s happened with grizzlies in their state could be a guide for Washington, where the bears are in big trouble but on the verge of getting reinforcements.
With nearly every lodging option booked within the path of the eclipse, thousands of visitors are expected to spill over onto public lands.
Portlanders have reported almost 2,000 coyote sightings this year.
The headquarters of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge could remain closed for the rest of the year. It’s been closed since the armed occupation in January.
Crook County leaders voted 2-1 to reject the natural resource plan submitted by a local political action committee.
An injured bear that came to symbolize the recovery from Washington's biggest wildfire in history is now back in the forestland of the North Cascades.
Despite a government program that supplies Indian tribes with eagle feathers for ceremonies, high demand feeds a thriving black market.
A growing number people head out to wild places in search of the antlers that elk and deer shed. Some of those collectors harass these animals to death by chasing them down with ATVs.