Mountain lions are generally calm, quiet, and elusive. People rarely get more than a brief glimpse of a mountain lion in the wild. Lion attacks on people are rare, with fewer than a dozen fatalities in North America in more than 100 years. But just in case you do encounter a mountain lion, this video will help you be prepared.
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Are they fighting or dancing? The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency officers who captured this footage of two bucks hitting each other with their front paws told the agency he believed the deer were fighting over a food plot.
Boise County hunter Marvin Jennings suffered severe wounds from a black bear that attacked him after being shot by Jennings’ uncle on May 28. "I did everything that you're supposed to do," says Jennings. "It didn't work on this one."
Videographer Dub Paetz was at Idaho's Mesa Falls filming a flyfishing video when he saw these kayakers making their way down the waterfall. Watch them slide over the 100-foot waterfall, which is near Ashton.
The high flows on the Boise River almost certainly will delay the opening of float season. Still, Ada County Parks expects to salvage the season that is its No. 1 source of revenue. Take a look at the Boise River from the Warm Springs pedestrian bridge, Barber Park, and the Ann Morrison pedestrian bridge.
Peter Ott, now working for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, captured this video of two male western rattlesnakes engaged in "combat." The snakes are trying to assert dominance over one another, said Idaho Department of Fish and Game wildlife biologist Bill Bosworth.