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  1. Off the wire

    Outdoors headlines from across the country

    Story | Conversation | September 07, 2010
  2. STIHL TIMBERSPORTS: Day One Notes

    Mike Suchan

    Speed climber Stewart has taken talents on air

    Story | Conversation | August 27, 2010
  3. The Coyote howling

    Joel Shangle

    Winter blackmouth rodeo hitting Sekiu, San Juans

    Story | Conversation | April 01, 2010
  4. Bill Jordan's Realtree Outdoors 2007 A Bear Hunt for Truth

    July through September 2007 Bill Jordan's Realtree Outdoors airs each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. on ESPN2

    Story | Conversation | July 31, 2007
  5. "The Master Angler"

    Allen Thomas

    Engineer gives take on what attracts fish

    Story | Conversation | February 27, 2007
  6. Canada dedicates $25 million to protect Great Bear Rainforest i...

    Canada dedicates millions of dollars to protecting Great Bear Rainforest

    Story | Conversation | January 22, 2007
  7. Man in stable condition after Maui shark attack

    A shark attacked a man swimming at a Maui beach Saturday, injuring his leg and hand, authorities said. Kyle Gruen, 29, of Vancouver, Canada, was about 30 to 40 feet offshore when the shark grabbed his left side, said his twin brother, Jeff Gruen, who w

    Story | Conversation | November 13, 2006
  8. Woman finds bear eating oatmeal in kitchen

    British Columbia — It was a real-life version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears — only in reverse — when a woman came home to find a young bear eating oatmeal in her kitchen.

    Story | Conversation | June 20, 2006
  9. Warming Pacific may mean poor salmon runs

    Mark Hume

    The Pacific Ocean off British Columbia's coast was warmer and drier than normal last year, leading to an increased number of exotic species such as tropical squid, and a reduced growth rate in salmon, according to a new study.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2006
  10. Grizzly kills wolf at Vancouver wildlife refuge

    NORTH VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A captive grizzly bear killed a timber wolf in a struggle over a bone in front of about 25 spectators at the Grouse Mountain Refuge for Endangered Wildlife, the refuge director says.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  11. Eagles' nest delays highway construction

    VANCOUVER, B.C. — A pair of lovebirds have stalled road construction along a stretch of the Sea to Sky Highway connecting Vancouver and Whistler. Two bald eagles have begun a nest in a Douglas fir next to Highway 99, in the middle of a $32 million

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  12. Radical environmentalist fights extradition

    Jeremy Hainsworth

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia — A radical environmentalist who is one of the FBI's most wanted fugitives told an extradition hearing Monday he was being unfairly targeted by the U.S. government and should be allowed to remain in Canada.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  13. Sea lions taking toll on salmon runs

    Allen Thomas

    VANCOUVER, Wash. — A federal study says sea lions feeding immediately downstream of Bonneville Dam killed an estimated two percent of the upper Columbia River spring chinook salmon run in 2004. Three years of research found sea lions had eaten mor

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  14. Canada crime probe sought in salmon deaths

    Mark Hume

    A criminal investigation is being urged into a gravel-mining operation on the Fraser River that, according to a study by the British Columbia Institute of Technology, killed about 2 million young pink salmon this spring.

    Story | Conversation | April 19, 2006
  15. Canada unveils vast Great Bear Rainforest

    Jeremy Hainsworth

    Canada unveiled a 16-million-acre preserve this week, including parkland covering an area twice the size of Yellowstone, teeming with grizzly bears, wolves and wild salmon in the ancestral home of many native tribes.

    Story | Conversation | February 09, 2006
  16. Officials: Wash. dam removal would hurt fish

    VANCOUVER, Wash. — Fish advocates see the plan to demolish Condit Dam on the White Salmon River as good news for salmon everywhere, but the state Ecology Department says the project could hurt fish downstream and might violate the federal Endangered

    Story | Conversation | October 25, 2005