CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK — Crater Lake, one of the world’s cleanest and clearest large water bodies, is facing a new threat of contamination this summer as hordes of park visitors bring prohibited items into the lake and defecate along its shores.
Six pronghorn antelope were run down with a pickup truck on a Lake County roadway on April 26.
The Isherwood Trail is always a favorite.
To hobble the U.S. Postal Service under the guise of “treating it like a business” is to undermine public confidence in yet another vital American institution at exactly the time when confidence is most needed, as much of the nation prepares to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 election. ...
ALTURAS, Calif. — The USDA Forest Service plans to gather 500 wild horses from the Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory again this fall to continue moving toward the appropriate management level prescribed by the 2013 Devil’s Garden Plateau Wild Horse Territory Management Plan.
State and federal wildlife biologists in Klamath Falls said their agencies are working cooperatively to reduce the number of livestock killed by wolves in the Klamath Basin.
Meetings held by local school districts on school football fields explain to families the newest burdens placed upon them to keep the system running. Ironically, the districts ask for community support, pleading that families opt-in to the district rather than signing up with online solution…
An article published in Science Advances on July 15 found the Paisley Caves were occupied by among the first people to arrive in North America.
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK — With the increased fire danger in Southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park has gone into stage one fire restrictions. According to park officials, the outlook is for above normal significant wildland fire potential for the next several months.
SALEM (AP) — In the quest to escape amid the coronavirus pandemic, people are flooding Oregon’s beaches, forests and mountains in unprecedented numbers, state and federal officials said.
OCEAN SHORES, Wash. (AP) — A female humpback whale found beached in Ocean Shores, Washington, Monday appears to have died after suffering blunt force trauma consistent with a ship strike, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
At first glance I thought they were cobblestones. Not just some, but hundreds that, as we paddled upstream, multiplied into the thousands. That got me to wondering how did they got there. But something intuitively told me they weren’t rocks.