Armed with powerful jaws, sharp claws, and a thick hide wolverines and are remarkably strong for their size. They may defend kills against larger or more numerous predators such as wolves or bears.

August 20, 2014 Tristan Scott - Special to IOJ from the  Flathead Beacon KALISPELL, Mont. — U.S. wildlife officials have scuttled a proposal that would have afforded...
The father and son who poached this mule deer during bow season near Mountain Home will spend time behind bars and forfeit the hunting privileges for many years to come. (CAP photo)

  Other cases remain under investigation IOJ and IDFG reporting MOUNTAIN HOME, Idaho — A father and son convicted of poaching a mule deer buck near Danskin...

BOZEMAN, Mont. — In the Intermountain West, crashes between motor vehicles and wildlife are a threat to humans and animal safety costing hundreds of...
On the brink of extinction, sockeye salmon are trying to beat the odds and make a comeback in central Idaho.

SAWTOOTH BASIN, Idaho — In the late summer of 1992, a solitary sockeye salmon named Lonesome Larry arrived at the Redfish Lake fish trap...
Bison move down the road in an early walk toward the relative warmth of Geyser Basin.

by YELL Public Affairs (All photos from the National Park Service archive) YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK —Yellowstone National Park will open to the public for motorized...
Sara working on the snow cave

In February, 1980 I arrived in Baker, Oregon after three days on a train from the Midwest. I was there with a group of...
Saylor Creek horses

IOJ Jan. 2012 by Joe Evancho SAYLOR CREEK WMA — The wild horse is an icon of the American West. Today in Idaho, there are six...

MOSCOW —Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association (MAMBA) is a group of like-minded enthusiastic volunteers and land owners working together to create a network of...
Juvee White sturgeon

by Michael McLaskey The Kootenai tribe of Idaho (KTI) is working on one of the largest habitat enhancement projects in North America, an effort to...

by Michael McLaskey The Kootenai River white sturgeon (KRWS) is still an endangered species, according to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS). It was...