Pe Ell Hunters’ Breakfast: Women’s Auxiliary of Fire Dist. 16 Carry On 40-year Tradition By Kimberly Mason / For The Chronicle PE ELL — Mel Burrington, Port Orchard, and his hunting […]
Earlier last month Norm Lefebvre of Chehalis brought his three granddaughters fishing on Mayfield Lake. Proudly holding up a stringer of trout are, from left, Vivy, Daelyn and Brenna. (Christina […]
Editor’s Note: Outdoors Writer Russ Mohney died Aug. 31. The loss is staggering. His writing and insight into the outdoors of Southwest Washington was unmatched. We will be publishing his […]
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Courtesy photo Dan Agnew, formerly of Lewis County, now has killed the two biggest bulls ever in Washington state. On the day after the archery season on Sept. 20, Agnew […]
By The Chronicle The big day is upon us. This weekend, thousands of hunters will don the camouflage and tromp through the deep woods as the general modern-firearms season for […]
Macleod Pappidas / The Daily World, Aberdeen A lone man digs for razor clams on the first day of a four-day dig on the beach at Grayland Thursday evening. Digs […]
As predicted last week in The Chronicle, the coho started running up the Cowlitz River in bunches this past week.
What seemed like an overnight change in the weather has begun to create changes in animal behavior in Southwest Washington, but don’t be too quick to put away either your barbecue or the hummingbird feeder. The season of warm, dry and comfortable weather probably isn’t over yet.
Fall Display: Plenty of Birdwatching Opportunities Available Throughout Southwest Washington By The Chronicle Birders are converging next weekend at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge (located about an hour’s drive south […]