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  1. Outdoor participation up, down among youth

    2008 Outdoor Recreation Participation Report

    Story | Conversation | January 29, 2009
  2. So long "Kung Fu Charlie"

    Scott Sandsberry

    "Kung Fu Charlie" warden retires

    Story | Conversation | August 06, 2007
  3. Backcasts archive: Through April 13, 2007

    Brett Pauly

    Indulge us for a slightly skewed view of the world of outdoor sports

    Story | Conversation | April 16, 2007
  4. U.S. cities suffer from high deer populations

    Brad Linn

    Paula Rehr was between bites of her soup-and-sandwich combo lunch inside a cafeteria in a bustling Washington suburb when she looked up to see a full-grown deer with a massive set of antlers staring at her through the window. "I was talking to my frie

    Story | Conversation | December 09, 2006
  5. Trap ban changes pass Wash. state Senate

    Rachel La Corte

    OLYMPIA, Wash. — Landowners would not need a permit to use body-gripping traps to catch moles, gophers and other specified nuisance animals, under a bill that passed the Washington state Senate recently, modifying a voter-approved ban on most animal

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  6. Hunting and mental health

    James A. Swan, Ph.D.

    Despite what some antis claim, there is no research to assert that hunters are prone to mental illness. For many people, surrendering to the spirit of the hunt may promote mental health.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  7. Credit golf-course ponds for wetlands reversal

    John Heilprin

    More people building ponds for golf courses and subdivisions or to retain stormwater and wastewater helped create the nation's first net gain in wetlands in a half-century of government record-keeping.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2006
  8. Five Emerald City lakes rife with trout & bass

    Randall Peters

    Washington fishing map feature

    Story | Conversation | June 21, 2005