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...
Scorpions and scorpion wannabes are not as rare as you would think. (A. B. Flowers photo)

From Dr. Edward J. Bechinski — University of Idaho Extensions MOSCOW, Idaho — Arachnid is the scientific classification for all eight-legged insects. Spiders are the...
Bull elk are more aggressive this time of year. Park visitors should keep a safe distance from all park wildlife.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The sound of bugling elk in the crisp morning air signals the beginning of fall and the presence of large...
Flows below Dworshak have been reduced due to a malfunctioning turbine.

by Columbia Basin Bulletin OROFINO — A primary source of cool water used to improve Snake River salmon summertime migration conditions was pinched Aug. 15,...

IDFG News Service BOISE—The Boise National Forest, Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) and the Sawtooth National Forest have developed a new Boise-to-Stanley State...
cubs on a stroll

YNP News Service YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK—Biologists with the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) and Yellowstone National Park (YNP) will be conducting grizzly and black...
Falcons are quite territorial and will often abandon nests to defend their territory, which leads to nest failure and low reproductive success.

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK — The public closure at Baxter's Pinnacle and Descent Gully near the mouth of Cascade Canyon was lifted on Saturday,...