Five days of coastal razor clam digs begin Feb. 21; more planned for March
Public comment sought on Washington shrubsteppe strategy
WDFW report highlights economic impact of wildlife-related recreation
New video! Wild Ways - Why Keeping Washington’s Habitat Connected Matters
Fish Washington is a mobile application designed to convey up-to-the-minute fishing regulations for every lake, river, stream, and marine area in the state.
The three agencies charged with leading the development of a long-term conservation strategy for Washington’s shrubsteppe are asking the public to provide input on the draft strategy. Comments are being accepted through Feb. 21.
A project to monitor moose will allow biologists to assess moose survival rates, gather information on how they use the landscape, estimate pregnancy rates, and evaluate them for disease and parasites like ticks.