Outdoors

Outdoors Let's talk turkeys Let's talk turkeys (Photo Gallery)
The wild turkeys you see around town? Rio Grandes. Here's everything you've ever wanted to know about wild turkeys but didn't know to ask, courtesy of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Outdoors 'Who will eat whom when species encounter each other for the first time?' 'Who will eat whom when species encounter each other for the first time?' (Photo Gallery)
If you live in lionfish territory in the Atlantic Ocean, the last thing you want to be is a small fish with a long, skinny body, resting by yourself at night, near the bottom of the seafloor.

If so, your chances of being gobbled up by a lionfish increase by about 200 times.
Outdoors Hot springs offer warm respite from winter Hot springs offer warm respite from winter
Geothermal activity creates pools of relaxing glory that are particularly welcome when the temperatures dip and the rain falls across the mountains.
Outdoors Feds cancel Idaho wolf derby permit on BLM land Feds cancel Idaho wolf derby permit on BLM land
The BLM late Tuesday canceled the Special Recreation Permit issued Nov. 13 to Idaho for Wildlife providing use of about 3 million acres of federal land for the three-day event in early January.
Outdoors Industry leaders: Skiing cheaper than you think Industry leaders: Skiing cheaper than you think
Industry leaders say that even though last-minute lift tickets at some resorts now exceed $100, skiing has never been more affordable if you're savvy about discounts.
Outdoors Photos: Inside a Space Age house Photos: Inside a Space Age house (Photo Gallery)
Who knew that over the hill and through the woods, there was a 'concept house' in Seward Park built for the future? This Jet City Original by Ken Koehler AIA resembles a stationed rocket ship, and was designed for display at the 1963 Home Show in the Seattle Coliseum.
Outdoors Check out this honeycomb treehouse Check out this honeycomb treehouse (Photo Gallery)
Do you watch Treehouse Masters on Animal Planet? The show is hosted by Fall City WA's own Pete Nelson, who travels the county building tree-houses for people. An upcoming episode takes him within his own state, were a local Woodinville couple wanted a treehouse that resembled a honeycomb.