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Readers share their thoughts on wilderness

“I love the feeling of remote areas where no car or ATV can go or should. I have climbed most of Utah's highest summits, some in winter. I’ve backpacked


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Bobcat hunting limit removed as population grows

SALT LAKE CITY — State wildlife managers are removing hunting and trapping limits on bobcats, saying the animal’s numbers are growing in Utah. The


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Cache city works for wildlife habitat certification

NIBLEY — One northern Utah community is on track to be the state’s first city certified as a wildlife habitat by the National Wildlife Federation. Rob


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Antelope Island's visitation numbers increase

ANTELOPE ISLAND — Antelope Island visitation is nipping at the heels of Dead Horse Point for the No. 1 visited state park in Utah, while its park revenues for


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Yikes! Science hike in Wheeler Canyon

OGDEN — An Aug. 30 hike, part of the informative Yikes! Hikes! series, will focus on the physiology of hiking. A zoology experts will talk about physiology


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Waterfowl hunting classes offered in Brigham, Farmington

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah wildlife officials are offering training seminars this fall for novice and experienced hunters of waterfowl. Blair Stringham with the


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Moon to join Mars and Saturn in triangle of lights Sunday

Utahns should get their cameras and telescopes ready this Sunday, as a “triangle of lights” is to form in the sky. The moon will join the planets


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Outdoors Column - Growing up in the shadow of wilderness

I was lucky enough to grow up in the shadow of wilderness. My childhood home was in the foothills of the Wellsville Mountains, and Congress officially declared


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Sundance ski resort plans 2-mile long zip line

SUNDANCE – Sundance Mountain Resort is preparing to break ground on the longest zip line tour in Utah and the third longest zip tour in the United States.


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Calif. surfers jump at chance for big waves from storm

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — A third day of huge waves, dangerous rip currents and potential flooding was expected Thursday in Southern California as the coast


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