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Let’s go fishing now…
Everybody’s learning how — humans and wildlife alike
NELLIE HUX
Let’s go fishing now… Everybody’s learning how — humans and wildlife alike
Action moves into the river as ocean season ends

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Birdwatching: 
As summer wanes, Peninsula becomes a winter place for the birds
Birdwatching: As summer wanes, Peninsula becomes a winter place for the birds

As summer wanes and autumn emerges, it is time to catch up with the birds who have been with us since spring migration. Our summer residents have entertained us with their songs and nesting behavior since they arrived at their summer place.

Invasion of the sea pickles: Common in warmer waters, now adapting to cooler Pacific Northwest
Invasion of the sea pickles: Common in warmer waters, now adapting to cooler Pacific Northwest

Tubular colonial jellies known as pyrosomes that arrived in 2014 along North America’s Pacific Northwest Coast appear to be adapting to cooler water and may become permanent residents.

That, a five-member research team concludes in a...

Birdwatching: 
A 25-year quest finally succeeds!
Birdwatching: A 25-year quest finally succeeds!

I have been birding on the Peninsula and the Willapa Wildlife Refuge for many, many years. During this time one bird sighting eluded me. Now my quest is partially over.

I saw my first marbled murrelet off Vancouver Island near Spring Island...

Northwest cougar encounters on the rise
Northwest cougar encounters on the rise
Attacks on people remain rare
Birdwatching: 
Are our cedar waxwings late nesters?
Birdwatching: Are our cedar waxwings late nesters?
By Madeline Kalbach

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