Sea lion hazing crew on the Willamette. (Photo/Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife)
As Oregon’s legislature prepares to join the other Northwest two in action, weather eased up – became a little less wintry. The economy continued on a steady if uneasy course.
From the Idaho Digest: A new comprehensive study of records compiled by the Boone and Crockett Club concludes that big game harvest has reduced the size of horns and antlers of trophy male big game species over time. Why? (Read ahead …)Share on Facebook