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Little is new under the Southwest Washington overcast. On Sept. 11, Cory Montgomery posted to a Packwood community Facebook page a photo of an elk with hoof deformities.   All four of … more
Shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today announced 36 days of tentative razor clam digs at coastal beaches from Sept. 29 through Dec. 29. “We … more
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Tanner Tobin, 14, of Chehalis, poses with the 7x7 bull she harvested with her youth elk tag that she drew through a Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife drawing. The hunt location was near the … more
There is no comfort zone when climbing Mount Adams, the second-highest peak in Washington. The area looks like an alien landscape, the hike is difficult and there's no restrooms or running water. But … more
These photos were captyred by Chronicle Photo Editor Jared Wenzelburger during a trip to Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park on Tuesday. To submit your own photos for potential publication, send … more
Along a back road in northwestern Lewis County, Anthony Novack studied the long line of trees behind a big, open, grassy field. From afar with binoculars. Then up close in person. For Novack, a … more
Chronicle Assistant Editor Isabel Vander Stoep and Photo Editor Jared Wenzelburger were in East Lewis County Thursday for a pair of assignments. They captured these photos along the way. To submit … more
Free permits. Fresh huckleberries. Late summer in Southwest Washington. Some of life’s greatest joys are within reach. Huckleberry picking permits are now open for the Gifford Pinchot … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting new applicants to join the ranks of over 1,200 certified master hunters across the state.   WDFW administers the Master … more
National Geographic states Earth first formed 4.5 billion years ago, and humans have been around for about 300,000 of those.   That’s less than 0.007% of all the time on Earth. The … more
The Ape Cave in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest south of Mount St. Helens reopened to the public on Thursday.  Timed reservations are required, according to a release. Entry tickets … more
WINTHROP, Wash. — On a subfreezing morning in March, Carmen Vanbianchi is crouched in the snow, cramming chunks of roadkill deer into a pouch she calls her meat purse. She wrenches the … more
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) shellfish managers on Friday confirmed the final coastal razor clam digs of the season can proceed as planned from May 4-14. "This last tide … more
For anglers who enjoy catching salmon near Astoria, the California sea lion is an established menace.  The farther out one travels at the river’s mouth, the more they’ll see the … more
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