A small stream tumbled and crashed through edge of Bellingham, WA. The rocky ravine it had carved over time now provides refuge for big trees, a fish hatchery, a cacophony of birds, and humans, too. Well-worn dirt paths gave testament to the popularity of this waterfall-filled neighborhood greenspace.
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee meets in Polson this week to consider last steps toward removing Montana's largest population of grizzly bears from the Endangered Species List.
To say that wood ducks make interesting photo subjects is like saying Mt. Everest is tall; that lava is hot.
Designers often talk about the perfect "outdoor living room" — a deck or patio that combines the comfort and style of indoor decorating with the pleasure of relaxing outside.
The recent high water on the Bighorn River has caused some fly fishers to embrace different techniques in order to be successful, especially when there are swarms of emerald shiners being washed out of the reservoir and into the river.
Selling the land to the Ponca will not only mean that TransCanada will have to negotiate with a new landowner, but one that has special legal status as a tribe — a tribe that is opposed to the pipeline. The plot becomes the only tribally owned plot of land on the XL pipeline route in the U.S.