Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife - Fishing, hunting, recreation

Orcas in Puget Sound
Kids with Dungeness crab
three turkeys in a field
A variety of edible backyard plants are displayed on a cutting board
raccoons in tree
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The Wenas Wildlife Area is now open but units of the L.T. Murray Wildlife Area remain closed.

Unfortunately, once bears know about a non-natural food source they keep coming back and can lose their fear of humans. The most important action we can take is to remove food

Wildlife managers confirmed a viral infection known as adenovirus hemorrhagic disease (AHD) is affecting deer around Goldendale this summer.

Starting Aug. 1, WDFW staff will use a drone to assess the effects of low water flows on bull trout movement and migration in Kittitas and Yakima counties.

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