What's there to do in the great outdoors? Here we've got a bevy of local outdoor activities and destinations to explore.
It's just another night on the extreme plein air backpack trip.
Field notes and nature journaling capture personal remembrances of time spent outdoors.
Rural homeowners can lessen their fire risk to make their homes less likely to ignite and easier for firefighters to access.
The face of Idaho's outdoors
Efforts are resuming to reduce northern pike numbers in parts of Lake Coeur d'Alene
Anglers and other community members interested in the status of the diverse fish stocks in Lake Pend Oreille are encouraged to attend a virtual "State of the...
Statewide deer and elk hunter numbers crept back up after dipping between 2018 and 2019.
Initial reports suggest that angler success, satisfaction, and harvest in 2021 are higher than the past several years.
Western Rivers Conservancy will launch the first episode of its new web series, "Great Rivers of the West," on March 3.
University of Idaho researchers are helping anglers and state fishery managers learn more about steelhead to better manage a renowned fishery that has had it...
Far from the madding crowd.
Spring bear controlled hunt draw results are available now at license.gooutdoorsidaho.com.
After a one-year hiatus, Idaho Fish and Game's annual fur auction is back – albeit with some significant changes due to COVID.
A Feb. 27 class titled “In Search and Study of Winter” will offer a combination of safe space winter strolls, and road tours to observe and appreciate the re...
The International Fly Fishing Film Festival, is coming virtually to all of Idaho and Montana beginning on Feb. 24.