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Getting Started With Spring Foraging

By Amy Gibson As winter winds down, green life emerges in the forest once again. You may notice foragers off-trail, filling baskets with robust leaves,...

Three rivers, many eagles

Winter eagle watching on the Squamish, Nooksack and Skagit By Ian Ferguson Photos by David Riffle In winter, the riparian areas around northwest rivers provide prime habitat...

The wildest animal

Grizzlies may be brought back to the North Cascades

Which animal lives the longest?

Which animal lives the longest? Hint: it's not the Galapagos Tortoise.

Wolves in Washington

In 2008, I watched three wolves kill a bull elk in Yellowstone National Park.

Northwest Birding Festivals

Witness the great migration Festivals to inspire your inner birder By Nathan Dalla Santa Photos by David Riffle For bird watchers, spring is a magical time of year...

Frost Flowers

Frost Flowers Magic happens on the forest floorStory by Sue Madsen   Take a walk on a cold winter day in the Pacific Northwest lowlands and you...

Between Land and Sea

NEXT ARTICLE: Randonnée Repairs Between Land and SeaSpringtime tide pools are full of lifeStory by Sue MadsenThe space between sea and land is a mysterious...

In the Footsteps of Bears

Tracking wildlife on the Nooksack RiverBy Mallory Clarke Photos by Andrew Grubb and David Moskowitz We park at a slight widening of the narrow Forest Service...

Eagle Watch

 Eagle Watch By Kara Furr Photo by Gene Davis Hundreds of eagles from Alaska and northern Canada migrate to the Skagit River each winter to prey on...