Hundreds expected to oppose plan to introduce predator to North Cascades
Early this afternoon the state Department of Agriculture lifted the avian influenza (bird flu) quarantine zones in Riverside and Oroville.
Officials capture, relocate wolf before it could mate with a domestic dog
In a challenge to Washington State University's water rights, the state Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that the university chose conservation and, therefore, retains its rights to water.
Popular event canceled due to rain
Although the groundhog said to expect six more weeks of winter, locals in Okanogan and Ferry Counties are being faced with a more than early spring.
A bobcat spotted near Canadian Highway 97 near the Kelowna International Airport was euthanized last Wednesday after it apparently was hit by a vehicle.
Forest-goers are invited to an open house from 3-6 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Naches Ranger Station.
Utility officials say beavers are damaging trees and vegetation, and have to be destroyed due to dam licensing
Last year, hunters killed 182 cougars statewide, up from 156 the prior year
Albert Kassel remains employed by the state agency even as more than 100 Carlton Complex wildfire victims seek compensation for wildfire damages
Smoke visible from Omak is from controlled burn, Mount Tolman fire officials say
The cougar that is believed to have killed several small pets north of town was killed last week.
Brewster attorney Alex Thomason seeks damages from state Department of Natural resources on behalf of 65 residents.
State Department of Fish and Wildlife officials say farmer "pursued" wolf south of Pullman
U.S. Forest Service officials allow residents to cut firewood in Duncan Fire break areas.