Carter Williams, KSL.com | PostedAug 17th - 8:20am
After several years of effort from Native American tribes, including groups in Utah, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services announced Wednesday it will allow tribal members to collect eagle feathers found on tribal lands.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com Contributor | PostedAug 15th - 12:46pm
Utah is full of wonderful locations for wildlife photography, but there are some nuances to getting into the field. Specifically, taking photos of potentially dangerous wildlife requires a unique set of knowledge and preparation.
Robert Williamson, KSL.com Contributor | PostedAug 14th - 12:38pm
Coyotes are one of the smartest animals on Earth. Hunting them is not easy. But with a little knowledge and experience, calling a coyote within range for a shot is one of the most thrilling hunting experiences.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | PostedAug 12th - 1:33pm
Last week’s storms not only provided a show for some, as well as flooding and wildfire headaches for others, it also pushed precipitation totals to a plateau that National Weather Service officials haven’t seen since 2011.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com Contributor | PostedAug 8th - 12:16pm
Every boulderer, at some point, wants to try climbing outside rather than in a rock climbing gym. Here are some of Little Cottonwood Canyon’s most iconic bouldering routes every rock climber should strive to complete.