WASILLA —All king salmon fishing in the Little Susitna and the Susitna River drainage will close Friday at 6 a.m., according to a pair of press releases issued by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wednesday morning.
Every summer, NDOW biologists survey area waters to see how the fish populations are doing and to help set up management practices for the future. This week they electro-surveyed Wildhorse Reservoir and it’s amazing what good water conditions will do.
A small stream tumbled and crashed through edge of Bellingham, WA. The rocky ravine it had carved over time now provides refuge for big trees, a fish hatchery, a cacophony of birds, and humans, too. Well-worn dirt paths gave testament to the popularity of this waterfall-filled neighborhood greenspace.
The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee meets in Polson this week to consider last steps toward removing Montana's largest population of grizzly bears from the Endangered Species List.