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Birdwatching: 
Snowy owls are back on Peninsula
Photo courtesy of Alison Fox/Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Complex biological technician
Birdwatching: Snowy owls are back on Peninsula
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Birdwatching: 
Look for red-tails in the sunset
Birdwatching: Look for red-tails in the sunset

As autumn wanes there are still many days warmed by the sunshine. Sunny days are the perfect kind of days to observe raptors against the sunlit sky. Red-tailed hawks can often be seen showing off their beautiful red tails against the evening sky as...

Positions open on Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead Recreational Anglers Board

OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking nominations for four vacant positions on a citizen advisory group responsible for reviewing proposals to maintain and improve sportfishing opportunities for salmon and...

‘Good luck, big girl!’
Stranded sea turtle rescued at Cape D
‘Good luck, big girl!’ Stranded sea turtle rescued at Cape D
Olive ridley turtle headed to rehab
Exotic sea creatures can be found on seashore
Exotic sea creatures can be found on seashore
Triple-sail Velella, red-eyed medusa wash ashore
Birdwatching: 
Step up to the plate for the Anna’s hummingbird
Birdwatching: Step up to the plate for the Anna’s hummingbird

It is time once again to remind ourselves that the Anna’s hummingbird stays with us all winter. If it is a cold winter, we will all need to step up to the plate by providing the hummer with some delicious nectar on a daily basis. All the...

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