RICHLAND -- A lecture and video presentation by Bob Kolowith on his recent hunting safari and wildlife photography in South Africa highlights the Richland Rod & Gun Club meeting at 7 p.m. Dec. 1 at the City of Richland Maintenance Facility on Queensgate Drive across from Walmart.
Audubon to hear about Columbia Drive project
KENNEWICK -- The revitalization of an area on the north side of Columbia Drive in Kennewick will be discussed at the regular meeting of the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
The meeting is at Kennewick First Lutheran Church, at the corner of Yelm and Highway 395.
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The featured speaker is Steve Mallory, principal architect for Arculus Design and Technical Services, an architecture/engineering firm in Kennewick that is working with the Port of Kennewick on the Columbia Drive Revitalization project.
Salmon, steelhead fee to apply to Columbia
OLYMPIA -- Anglers who fish for salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River and its tributaries will be required starting April 1, 2010, to buy a license endorsement intended to help maintain and improve fishing opportunities throughout the basin.
The total charge of the endorsement, after transaction and dealer fees, will be $8.75. The endorsement and recreational fishing licenses for the licensing year that begins April 1, 2010, can be purchased beginning Dec. 1.
Wolves caught on videotape in E. Oregon
JOSEPH, Ore. -- The state Department of Fish and Wildlife says a wildlife biologist videotaped a pack of at least 10 gray wolves on Forest Service land in Eastern Oregon.
The agency says the pack is the largest yet confirmed in Oregon since wolves began returning to the state in the late 1990s.