In a new study, researchers from the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station may have unlocked a mystery surrounding unique aquatic insects in the Flathead watershed.
Salmon and steelhead are famous for their migrations, but bull trout can also travel long distances.
With Washington’s economy hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is planning agency-wide furloughs beginning this week.
The Bonneville Power Administration this week issued a decision to suspend its financial reserves surcharge through September 2021.
A biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was attacked by a grizzly bear in southwest Montana’s Centennial Valley last week. The individual suffered serious bite wounds but is expected to recover fully.
A University of Wyoming researcher and her Ph.D. student have spent the last three years studying the decline of the Western bumblebee. The two have been working with a group of bumblebee experts to fill in gaps of missing information from previous data collected in the western United States.
Two Army Corps of Engineers employees at Little Goose Dam on the lower Snake River created a device that removed debris blockages within the dam.
The Northwest Power and Conservation Council this week named utility executive Bill Edmonds as its new Executive Director. Edmonds will replace Steve Crow, who will retire in August after serving 25 years in the position. Edmonds’ first day at the Council will be Monday, August 17th.
Suspended, rotating devices known as “flappers” may be the key to fewer birds flying into power lines, a study by Oregon State University suggests.