The following events provide a snapshot of Enforcement activity during the summer timeframe. Examples were selected to show the diversity of issues our Officers encounter while protecting your natural resources. The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) Enforcement Program is made up of a number of specialized work units. Patrol and outreach responsibilities often overlap and the different units commonly assist each other. All violations are considered “alleged” unless a conviction has been secured.
In this Edition:
General Wildlife Protection
Habitat & Lands Enforcement
General Law Enforcement
Aquatic Invasive Species
Community Service & Headquarters News
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