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...
Old Faithful in all her raging glory (Cutthroat Press photo).

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The world’s first national park recorded its highest ever September visitation in 2014. A total of 571,764 recreational visitors came to...
You better buckle up.

COOKE CITY, Mont.—The Beartooth Highway, often considered one of the most spectacular drives in the country, was listed in the National Register of Historic...
Mick Mickelson, one of the Foundation’s founders, is third from left in the photo, and Brandon Hoffner, executive director, is fourth from left.

Local efforts pay big dividends ASHTON — The Henry’s Fork Foundation (HFF), celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, has been recognized for its accomplishments by...

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — A man from the Netherlands has been sentenced in connection with an unmanned aircraft incident earlier this year in Yellowstone...
Youngsters get a hands-on hawk experience during the Boise State University public field trip to Lucky Peak. (IBO photo)

From Greg Kaltenecker IBO — Special to the IOJ LUCKY PEAK — Nearly 20 years ago, researchers from the Idaho Bird Observatory (IBO) discovered a...