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A deer hunter scans his surroundings from an open hillside in late fall in WDFW's Methow Wildlife Area; Life Outdoors logo appears in the lower right corner
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WDFW Director Susewind on the State Auditor's Office (SAO) recommendations to help the agency continue moving forward.

In response to decreased fire risk and cooler temperatures, WDFW-managed wildlife areas reopened to overnight use as of Sep. 16. Campfire and target shooting bans are still in effect through September. 

Learn more about a plan to raise sterile rainbow trout/steelhead in Puget Sound waters, and the conditions that must be met to conduct the operation.

If you’re interested in helping wildlife affected by wildfires, consider helping one of these four ways.

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