02.22.17 - Study of Wolves' Effects on Other Wildlife Gets Underway in Eastern Washington
Study of wolves' effects on other wildlife gets underway in eastern Washington     OLYMPIA -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the University of Washington (UW) have launched a collaborative study to
02.22.17 - WDFW Invites Public Comments on 12 Land Conservation Projects
WDFW invites public comments on 12 land conservation projects     OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting public comments on 12 land conservation projects for potential funding that would
02.22.17 - WDFW Announces Changes to 2017 Ocean Bottomfish Fishery
WDFW announces changes to 2017 ocean bottomfish fishery     WDFW announces changes to 2017 ocean bottomfish fishery OLYMPIA – Anglers can expect changes to recreational bottomfish fisheries when ocean marine areas
02.10.17 - WDFW Seeks Comments on Draft Status Report for Yellow-Billed Cuckoos
OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are seeking public input on their recommendation to list the yellow-billed cuckoo as an endangered species in Washington. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reviews the status of rare and
11.05.16 - Elk with Hoof Disease in Washington
WDFW seeks reports of elk  with hoof disease in Cascades     OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are asking hunters, anglers, campers and others planning to spend time in the Cascade Mountains this fall to report any elk
08.18.16 - Gray Wolf Conservation And Management
Profanity Peak   State wildlife officials shot and killed two members of the Profanity Peak wolf pack from a helicopter Aug. 5, 2016 after a series of wolf attacks on cattle herds in Ferry County. Jim Unsworth, director of the Washington