Last week, the Trump administration halted a three-decade push to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades. But advocates say there's still hope.
Washington Fish and Wildlife officers have had to resort to some strange alternatives to save large carnivores like bears and cougars.
As the I-5 corridor grows, both groups are working to safeguard big cats making the trek to the Olympic Peninsula.
How technology in a remote area of the Oregon-Washington border helped stop a brutal spate of coldblooded animal killing.
Despite facing an uncertain future, keepers are finding new ways to connect to animals and the public.
From bird counts to COVID-19 testing, you can help researchers collect critical data from home.
With 100-year floods occurring twice a decade, a dam could offer relief — or endanger salmon and ecosystems.
The Elliott Bay Fishing Pier was a diverse hub where locals connected with surrounding nature. Will it ever come back?
Despite a swarm of worried calls, officials say humans don’t need to panic just yet.
Ken Wu catalogs and measures British Columbia’s biggest trees in order to protect them.
Zoology researcher Vikram Baliga is turning everything we know about flight on its head by studying how birds take to the sky.
With stay-at-home orders pausing fieldwork, scientists worry about Washington's threatened species.
Agencies that prepare for wildfires and recruit firefighters are busy responding to the pandemic. That could be a problem come summer.
The coronavirus reminds us that disease outbreaks anywhere in the world are really in our own backyard.
Doing so will cut carbon emissions and spur jobs of the future, write Port Commissioner Fred Felleman and King County Executive Dow Constantine.
Across the border in British Columbia's Skagit River headwaters, a proposed open-pit mine has drawn protests from Native tribes, environmentalists and politicians.