Outdoors / Recreation

Outdoor Report – WenatcheeOutdoors.org

Andy Dappen with WenatcheeOutdoors.org joins Dan Langager in this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report to talk about summer-like weather this week and using it to enjoy hiking, mountain biking and rafting, with water levels high this time of year.

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Outdoor Report – The Fishin’ Magician

Dave Graybill is The Fishin’ Magician and joins Dan Langager in this week’s KOHO Outdoor Report. Graybill talks about his recent trip to Moses Lake, what’s currently jumping out of the Columbia River and Lake Roosevelt, last season’s hit to young salmon, the cancellation of spring chinook fishing this season in Icicle Creek and upcoming…

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Forest Service Seeks Volunteers to Combat Invasive Weeds in Cle Elum Area

This summer, crews will combat invasive non-native plant infestations on more than 700 acres on the Forest near Cle Elum. Starting in June, areas from Liberty to Gold Creek will be treated through a combination of efforts including hand pulling and limited, spot herbicide application. Planned treatment areas include Table Mtn., Reecer Creek, Swauk Creek,…

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KOHO Water Safety Month – Safe Kids Chelan-Douglas Counties

With spring weather here and summer break around the corner, it’s Water Safety Month here on KOHO 101. Today, Kay McKellar with Safe Kids Chelan-Douglas Counties joins Chris Hansen in the KOHO studio to talk about the importance of wearing life jackets and other water craft tips. Safe Kids Chelan-Douglas is led by Douglas County Fire District…

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Spring Weather Brings Migratory Birds to Upper Wenatchee Valley

Bird lovers in the Upper Wenatchee Valley and around the region will celebrate the return of migratory birds and peak wildflower season during this week’s Leavenworth Spring Bird Fest. It includes student field trips, films and lectures, events and free family activities starting Thursday, with the Family Discovery Center and Migration Marketplace Saturday. Dan Langager…

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