I didn’t want to be mistaken for an early-morning weirdo or a hungry bear. So for my 2012 feature on Independence Lakes, I knew that the tent in my sunrise-over-the-lake photo would have to be my own.
I gave Outdoors readers a bit of bad news last week.
This spring’s high water delayed two projects to improve fishing access, but the Idaho Department of Fish and Game tackled another one this week.
On Tuesday, fisheries biologist Scott Stanton was electrofishing Bruneau Dunes State Park’s Big Lake and pulling up four gill nets that soaked there overnight. Doug Megargle, back at the Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s Jerome office, was hoping Stanton…
This is outdoors news for science geeks: A tiny, endangered gastropod present only in Idaho has been officially described as a new genus and species.
Old Man Winter didn’t send City Hall a memo when he crumpled a section of Snake River Canyon trail.
Anyone who watched “Flight of the Butterflies” at the Faulkner Planetarium might conclude that monarchs bypass much of the Great Basin.
On mountain trails, I’ve wished countless times that somebody else would carry my backpack.
Southern Idaho climbers have something sweet they’re anxious not to lose: access to the Snake River Canyon cliffs around Dierkes Lake.
As usual, a storm of winter-themed outdoor events will arrive in mid-January.