By Huckleberry Press / October 17, 2022 /

One creature that almost always gets a bad rap is the bat – from sucking your blood and potentially turning you into a vampire to perhaps being responsible for our latest global pandemic – this little creature gets enough criticism to drive one batty.

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The Wiley Coyote – friend or foe?

By Huckleberry Press / April 16, 2022 /

For some, their first instinct at seeing a coyote is to kill it. This is practical for some – as coyotes can take a toll on some livestock, but for others, they may be eliminating a very valuable asset to their property.
Despite human efforts to control or sometimes eliminate the Canis latrans, (more commonly known as coyote), it has failed to stop this adaptable critter.

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Bear Story

By Huckleberry Press / March 19, 2022 /
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l you a little story about a bear situation that was not only unusual, but had potentially devastating results. Fortunately, things turned out OK but it was serious enough to bring in the Wildlife people and a professional hunter.

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Managing Wildlife Habitat on a Budget

By Huckleberry Press / April 4, 2021 /

It’s early February, the power is out and it’s cold outside, but as I sit next to the warm fire with my coffee, I cannot help to think about the beautiful season that will be upon us within a couple months.

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Benefits of Feeding Wild Birds

By Huckleberry Press / April 8, 2019 /

by Nichol Phillips, Marketing Manager at Global Harvest Foods Birds have a year-round need for reliable, steady sources of food. You can help them when food sources are scarce by…

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The “BIG FOUR” and “THREE F’s” of Wildlife Habitat

By Huckleberry Press / March 23, 2019 /

by Jacob Turner If seeing and killing more deer this fall interests you, April is the time to start developing food plots and the habitat necessary to get those deer…

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By Huckleberry Press / February 22, 2018 /

The Kalispel Tribe’s Department of Natural Resources is helping to recover the last population of “reindeer” or Caribou in the lower 48 states. Caribou or “reindeer” are part of a…

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By Huckleberry Press / April 23, 2016 /

Spring in the Inland Northwest is a time of light,  color and song. Birds return, providing a hopeful, joyous soundtrack for the season. Birds in our area are most vocal…

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