Expedition Yellowstone press release BOZEMEN, Mont. — Children in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho are fortunate that they have the opportunity to visit Yellowstone frequently. Or...

(this article first appeared in the Idaho Outdoor Journal in 2012) by Mike McLaskey REDFISH LAKE, Idaho — Whether it’s the excitement, the physical and mental...

by Christopher Claunch HAGERMAN, Idaho — Since taking over day-to-day operations of the local gun and tackle shop in Hagerman it’s been a yeoman’s task...

BOISE, Idaho — The Peregrine Fund announced the opening of a new exhibit, Time Flies: The quest to save birds of prey, on June...
Hoppers are popular late summer and fall patterns on the Big Wood River.

by Joe Evancho There are as many ways to learn fly fishing as there are anglers on the water. The best way is to...

Columbia Basin Bulletin/IDFG BOISE, Idaho — Raising rainbow trout to a larger size in hatcheries has proven to be both financially beneficial for the state...

Peregrine Fund new  release BOISE, Idaho – Bryce Robinson, a graduate student at Boise State University, will discuss his work with The Peregrine Fund’s Gyrfalcon...

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Blame the relatively mild winter weather for the early emergence of bears in the Greater Yellowstone area. The first confirmed report...

POST FALLS, Idaho — It was 1902 in Leavenworth, Kansan when Hoyt Heath Buck took metal to stone and created the first Buck knife,...

Columbia Basin Bulletin LEWISTON, Idaho — For the last 27 years, the Nez Perce Tribe, Idaho Power, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Washington Department...