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Travel & Outdoors
Fly-fish on the Deschutes River, soak in the Terwilliger Hot Springs, ski late into spring at Mount Bachelor, and more—2023 is yours for the taking.
Gabriel Granillo, Katherine Chew Hamilton, Fiona McCann, Karly Quadros, Margaret Seiler, Julia Silverman, and Sam Stites
Wells is looking to increase community involvement in wildlife conservation and education. The location set beside Forest Park is one of the oldest Audubon chapters in the country.
White Salmon–based writer Michelle Nijhuis talks her latest book, the problematic history of the conservation movement, and what living off the grid taught her.
Because 2021 isn't done with us yet.
Hoping to help those impacted by the Bootleg Fire? Here are nine organizations to support.
This week we talk about the annual winter crow roost and the conflicts that have emerged.
From a woman who lost five years of memories to historic wildfires to, oh yeah, the coronavirus, a lot has happened this year in medical news.
You can't go see them, thanks to COVID and our foul air. But it helps to know that they are there.
Here's what Portlanders should know about wildlife, conservation, and COVID-19.
Tacos & Top Guns
Add sun (there’s always sun), and you have an easy family getaway.
Long Story Short
“If you’re gonna kill an animal, don’t waste it.”
The apex predator is a lightning rod for conservationists and ranchers.
A hiker’s death on Mount Hood could have implications for public safety and Oregon’s wildlife policies.
A pair of scientists chase canine evolution deep into DNA.
Sea lions are scarfing the Columbia River's already struggling salmon populations. Now some politicians want to kill them.
The feds think so—and they want Congress to approve a plan to thin the herd.
Head south of Salem for wetlands and winged visitors.
Make no mistake: we’re part of the world’s poaching and smuggling epidemic. Meet the Portland investigator battling it.