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Animals and Wildlife
What does the Oso mudslide mean for the threatened populations of fish that call the Stillaguamish home?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
News analysis: A longtime native comes back to find its habitat threatened by humans.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
A plan to end New York's famed carriage rides raises the question for cities, including Seattle and its own horse-drawn heritage.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
An alternative approach to wildlife management in Olympic National Forest.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A "strong majority" of Woodland Park Zoo's handpicked review board urges keeping elephants and breeding more, but with better facilities and more education and conservation. A minority challenges the zoo's self-proclaimed mission.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
A long-awaited expert review of its elephant program suggests the zoo still isn't ready to face inconvenient truths.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The giant walleye pollock fishery is a huge success. But keeping it sustainable could become more complicated.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
What's really included in Washington state's most-watched initiative fight.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Seattle's fishing fleet provides a rich catch of pollock for a hungry world. But is the future of the fishery as secure as it seems?READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Warming waters are a new threat for Columbia River fish. Dams remain an ever-present problem.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Eager border collies and a few (sometimes) freaky sheep mix it up in an island pasture.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Seattle lifts veil on school talks a bit. More people share homes. New facility for Sea-Tac Airport?
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Guest Opinion: Environmental campaigner David Ellis writes about a foray into south central British Columbia to look at a pipeline in south central British Columbia where the Canadian government would like to send Alberta oil on its way to the Pacific.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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PNW pocket gophers approach endangerment
Only found in Thurston and Pierce counties, four subspecies of mazama pocket gophers will be added to endangered list.
No LOLs: Portland couple attacked by cat want to get it psychiatrist
A Portland couple and their baby were attacked by their 22-pound cat, but say they plan to give it another chance.
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