State wildlife biologists and conservation officers are pleading with antler hunters and backcountry visitors to stay away from deer and elk herd wintering areas in early spring to avoid stressing animals during this critical time.
With bears waking from their long winter’s nap, wildlife officials are reminding people, especially those who live in bear country, to follow a few basic guidelines to keep bears and people safe.
Last week we couldn’t resist the nice, sunny weather and we ditched the skis and went rock climbing west of American Falls.
The annual giant spawning party at Henrys Lake involving thousands of cutthroat trout and a few busy hatchery staff is over and the results are impressive.
Spring is just around the corner!
Members of the public who report illegal off-road travel or illegal dumping on public land in eastern Idaho may receive a $500 reward for their efforts to help protect natural and cultural resources through the Backcountry Hunters & Anglers Citizen Reward program, established in partners…
Bald eagles aren’t a strange sight in Bear Lake this time of year, but the numbers showing up recently have caught the attention of park rangers.
Frequent winter visitors to Teton Pass and surrounding areas will eventually bump into a smiling skier with a bright orange jacket with an embroidered logo reading “Teton Pass Ambassador.”
SHELLEY — It seemed an incongruous scene: Two men stepped out of a pickup parked next to a huge, flat Shelley farm field dressed in ski jackets, pants and ski boots. They pulled packs and downhill skis from the vehicle and walked out into the field.
An avalanche down a couloir on the popular 25 Short peak in Grand Teton National Park claimed the life of a Jackson, Wyo., man Monday.