What's there to do in the great outdoors? Here we've got a bevy of local outdoor activities and destinations to explore.
The snow is here, but that doesn’t mean the hiking season is over.
Idaho Fish and Game is continuing to monitor and capture animals as part of a large multi-year research project.
Kinnikinnick Native Plant Society's monthly program features Christy Cleaver, a U.S. Forest Service plant pathologist.
The Wild and Scenic Film Festival features an annual lineup of the best nature films the world has to offer is back. It all happens in a new, virtual format ...
Idaho's wildlife collision salvage rule went into effect in Idaho in 2012. This rule allows individuals to keep road-killed wildlife species classified as up...
Hunters wanting to participate in this spring's controlled hunts for black bear can apply from Jan. 15 through Feb. 15.
Registrations due January 15 for the annual Family Foresters Workshop.
Twenty-five days into a search for singing dogs in New Guinea, James “Mac” McIntyre hadn’t seen a single one.
A mid-January winter ecology class will combine and inter-connect winter birding, winter botany, and the science and art of animal tracking and sign interpretation
Nearly 90 percent of adult cow moose with tracking collars survived through fall, so researchers are looking at other possible problems.
Chukar, gray partridge and quail hunting can be great in the early winter, and here are some things to consider for winter hunts.
Fish and Game's Maiden Hunt Series explores how rewarding it can be for hunters to pass on their passion for the outdoors, and shares the stories of new hunt...
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Idaho Fish and Game's Maiden Hunt Series explores how rewarding it can be for hunters to pass on their passion for the outdoors, and shares the stories of ne...