Eagle resident Wendy spotted an albino deer in the Boise Foothills Thursday night near Polecat Loop near the top of Collister Road and State Street.
A man shot and killed a cougar Tuesday night that had been attacking sheep on his farm.
Archaeologists have uncovered a stone tool at an ancient rock shelter in the high desert of eastern Oregon that could turn out to be older than any known site of human occupation in western North America.
Did You Know? The Moon is currently in a Waxing Gibbous phase (when more than 50% is illuminated but not yet a Full Moon). Here's some of the great photos you shared of the moon as seen from your neighborhood.
It's a surprisingly common question we get around here: "What's the difference between 'partly sunny' and 'mostly cloudy'? Isn't it if it's one, it's also the other?"
Oregon's wolf population grew from 64 at the end of 2013 to 77 by the end of 2014, the Oregon Department of Wildlife reports.
A sea turtle that was rescued from frigid Northwest waters and treated at the Oregon Coast Aquarium has caught a ride back to California on a Coast Guard training flight.
A team of scientists from Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is studying an unusual fish captured alive in a crab pot near Port Orford this week called a striped knifejaw that is native to Japan, as well as China and Korea.
A sea turtle that was rescued from frigid Northwest waters and treated at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport is catching a ride back to California on a Coast Guard training flight.
It was a bit of a surprise considering there wasn't much solar flare activity but the Northern Lights made a faint appearance over Western Washington Monday night.
The U.S. Forest Service has closed most routes that off-road users have created through vegetated areas of the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area but has allowed some informal routes and designated some restricted areas for open riding.
Trip visits to Smith Rock State Park, the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument and Crater Lake National Park surged in 2014 due in large part, according to parks officials, to the state's savvy "Seven Wonders of Oregon" media campaign.
Right now no one is good enough to rehabilitate black bears in Oregon, where no rehab centers have the facilities, staff and policies in place to meet the meticulous protocols for ensuring that cubs raised in captivity don't turn into nuisance bears once released.