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Hunting and Sport Fishing News ItemsHunting, fishing options could expand on 26 national wildlife refuges - The Spokesman Review (blog)9/24/2013 2:25:34 PM
The Spokesman Review (blog) Hunting, fishing options could expand on 26 national wildlife refuges The Spokesman Review (blog) HUNTING -- The Kootenai National Wildlife Refuge in North Idaho and the Willapa Refuge in Western Washington are among 20 federal refuges that could see hunting opportunities expanded under a proposal released today by Interior Sally Jewell. and more »
Fair Game? On Lions, Hunters and Wildlife Policy - KQED QUEST (blog)4/4/2012 3:17:09 AM
KQED QUEST (blog) Fair Game? On Lions, Hunters and Wildlife Policy KQED QUEST (blog) Hunting mountain lions, or cougars as they're commonly known, is legal in Idaho , where Richards bagged his trophy, as it is in every other state where they're found—except California. Richards killed the lion, a 115-pound, three-year-old male, after ...
Natural Heritage - Cultural Tourism News ItemsMaine outdoors companies form alliance to boost business - Idaho Statesman11/20/2017 2:48:00 PM
Maine outdoors companies form alliance to boost business Idaho Statesman Idaho Statesman | IdahoStatesman.com ... Seeking to leverage the state's rugged outdoor heritage , outdoor-focused companies from L.L. Bean to dehydrated food maker Good To-Go announced Monday that they've created a trade alliance named Maine Outdoors ... and more »
Wyatt and Yancy Caldwell take filmmaking to new level - Idaho Mountain Express and Guide11/3/2017 6:06:04 AM
Idaho Mountain Express and Guide Wyatt and Yancy Caldwell take filmmaking to new level Idaho Mountain Express and Guide Those skills came naturally growing up in the Wood River Valley, skiing and snowboarding. They were further honed in Haines, Alaska, where the Caldwells were taken under the wing of Reggie and Zach Crist, two Wood River Valley brothers who have also ...
The world's 11 certified Dark Sky Reserves, where the stars run riot - Treehugger10/18/2017 4:17:11 PM
Treehugger The world's 11 certified Dark Sky Reserves, where the stars run riot Treehugger Idaho is working hard to create an official Dark Sky Reserve, which would make it the first in the US and the 12th in the world. The Milky Way – that flood of stars splashed across the inky ... An IDA International Dark Sky Reserve is a public or ...
Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort - Idaho Senior Independent9/30/2017 8:47:43 PM
Idaho Senior Independent Ainsworth Hot Springs Resort Idaho Senior Independent Ainsworth Hot Springs is located on the west side of Kootenay Lake, about 130 miles from Sandpoint, Idaho and only 275 miles from Kalispell, Mont. ... Aaron Day, was brought in with the mandate to create a menu for the resort's restaurant, the Ktunaxa ...
Overwhelming support for Craters - Post Register7/11/2017 6:41:22 PM
Post Register Overwhelming support for Craters Post Register “Growing up in Idaho gave me a deep passion for the wild spaces in our country. Whether exploring Yellowstone National Park with my family or entering the beautiful caves in Craters of the Moon, I realized these untouched places made me who I am. here - Regulations.gov Regulations.gov Presidential Executive Order on the Review of Designations Under the Antiquities Act The White House all 62 news articles »
World Center for Birds of Prey wins title of Best Idaho Attraction - USA Today 10Best (blog)6/5/2017 12:18:16 PM
USA Today 10Best (blog) World Center for Birds of Prey wins title of Best Idaho Attraction USA Today 10Best (blog) ... to its natural attractions, including the most miles of white water rapids in the U.S. But it's not only about the outdoors in Idaho ; Boise, the state capital, is quickly becoming a thriving metropolis rich in its own cultural offerings. So what's ...
Dinosaurs to roam at the Idaho Museum of Natural History - Rexburg Standard Journal5/8/2017 10:09:33 AM
Rexburg Standard Journal Dinosaurs to roam at the Idaho Museum of Natural History Rexburg Standard Journal POCATELLO, Idaho — Dinosaurs may be extinct but they will live again this summer at the Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH) at Idaho State University. On May 13 the IMNH will open its newest exhibit “Be the Dinosaur.” From 9 a.m. to noon the ...
Nature-Based Tourism News ItemsGuest editorial: Grizzly bears aren't out of the woods yet - Ventura County Star8/6/2017 9:23:45 AM
Ventura County Star Guest editorial: Grizzly bears aren't out of the woods yet Ventura County Star But Montana, Wyoming and Idaho will manage the population, and now may decide to allow some hunting. Grizzlies elsewhere — notably in and near Glacier National Park, where some 1,000 live ... “Government and independent economists have placed the ...
Memo to the West: When you hunt grizzlies and wolves, you lose Midwest tourists - Chicago Tribune8/2/2017 6:39:37 PM
Chicago Tribune Memo to the West: When you hunt grizzlies and wolves, you lose Midwest tourists Chicago Tribune In the short run, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming officials may recognize that apex predators are a magnet for tourism business and revenue. "Government and independent economists have placed the combined value of nature-based tourism in Yellowstone ... and more »
Montana on High Alert After Mussel Discovery - Flathead Beacon11/22/2016 2:33:51 PM
Flathead Beacon Montana on High Alert After Mussel Discovery Flathead Beacon Last week, officials from Idaho , Oregon, Washington, Montana and three Canadian provinces gathered in Boise to discuss the troubling discovery. “It's the nightmare you don't want,” Montana State Rep. ... According to research conducted in 2014 by the ... and more »
OSU-Cascades debuts hospitality management program - Bend Bulletin8/2/2015 3:14:06 AM
Bend Bulletin OSU-Cascades debuts hospitality management program Bend Bulletin Despite the growth within the industry, Oregon remains in the middle of the pack in the region for total tourism revenue, ahead of Alaska, Idaho and Utah, but significantly behind California, Nevada and Washington, according to Davidson. For ... and more »