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The Wasden Caves

Posted on by Jeff Carr / Comments Off on The Wasden Caves

Eighty Thousand Pieces of the Past By Jeff Carr Photos Courtesy of Museum of Idaho In the middle of the Arco Desert west of Idaho Falls, a long way down a purposely unmarked path, there is a hole
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One by One

Posted on by Mike Turnlund / Comments Off on One by One

The Best Way to Make Scientists By Mike Turnlund I recently retired after teaching for many years at Clark Fork Jr/Sr High School in Clark Fork, which has a population of 536. During my time as a teacher,
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Reservoir Logs

Posted on by Rob Podgorney / Comments Off on Reservoir Logs

A Deep Hot Water Study By Rob Podgorney This story is offered free in its entirety. For millions of years, the earth’s crust has moved over the volcanic Yellowstone hotspot, altering the landscapes of Oregon, Nevada, Idaho, Montana,
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Sagebrush Signals

Posted on by Shiva WhiteHawk / Comments Off on Sagebrush Signals

Do Plants Communicate? By Shiva WhiteHawk Last fall, I hiked into the Snake River Plain northeast of my home in Twin Falls and stood surrounded by sagebrush as far as the eye could see. Silence reigned, and I
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Beloved Trumpeter

Posted on by Paige Miller / Comments Off on Beloved Trumpeter

The Swans’ Resurgence Sparks Research Story and Photos by Paige Miller On a late May morning in the heart of Bear Lake Valley, I sat in the passenger seat of a pickup truck while a U.S. Fish and
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What Lies Beneath

Posted on by Richard Thorum / Comments Off on What Lies Beneath

Under, Around, and Before Dworshak Dam By Richard Thorum In August 2017, when I took a job as a park ranger at Dworshak Dam south of Lewiston, I’d never journeyed in Idaho north of Boise. I grew up
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Gauge the Shot

Posted on by Joe Huffman / Comments Off on Gauge the Shot

With the Help of a Weather Station Story and Photos by Joe Huffman Most Idahoans look out the window if they want to know which way the wind blows, and for details, they turn to the weather report.
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Collaring the Wild

Posted on by Kris Millgate / Comments Off on Collaring the Wild

Deer Catch-and-Release Story and Photos by Kris Millgate “Yes! Did you get that?” “Get what?” “That deer.” “What deer?” “The one in the net.” “Where?” I say, lifting my head. “Put your head down. The deer can’t see
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