Lost Coast Headlands face road troubles and resident disapproval on becoming national monument The Lost Coast Headlands was one of three Humboldt County locations considered as possible additions to the California Coastal National Monument this year. Courtesy of Bob Wick,…

Autumn in Unaweep

October 2, 2016 0

Limestone reefs spilling into lush valleys, red sandstone battlements, cottonwoods, scrub oak, wildflowers, wild turkeys, elk, cattle, horses, and hay fields make Unaweep a magical place for newcomers and old timers alike. Unweep Canyon, a gash in the geological strata which…

Wolves attack two more calves in N.E. Washington Two more calves have been attacked in northeastern Washington, including one by the wolfpack targeted for elimination by wildlife managers, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife said Wednesday. WDFW investigators confirmed…

Congress must get serious about the West’s wild horses “We had to do something,” one frustrated board member said. “We couldn’t just sit on our hands anymore.” The United States can target a drone on a lone desert hut halfway…