Elk Herd Plan Comments

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is now taking comments on the draft Willapa Hills Elk Management Plan.  The Willapa Hills elk herd is one of ten herds identified in Washington State. The Willapa Hills elk herd area consists of portions of WDFW's Regions 5 and 6, and is located in the southwest corner of Washington bounded roughly by State Highways 8 and 12 to the north, Interstate Highway 5 to the east, the Columbia River to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west. This herd is an important resource that provides many ecological, recreational, aesthetic, cultural, and economic benefits.  The purpose of the Willapa Hills Elk Herd Plan is to provide direction for managing the Willapa Hills elk herd.  The Willapa Hills Elk Herd Plan will serve as a valuable reference document and provide management guidelines for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Tribes, agency cooperators, landowners, and the public.

WDFW will accept comments received or postmarked by midnight on June 2, 2014.  Hard copy comments may be mailed to:

Willapa Hills Elk Herd Plan
Wildlife Program
Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
600 Capitol Way North
Olympia, WA 98501

 
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