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

Razor clam digging at Copalis Beach
Tengu Blackmouth Derby resumes Feb. 5
A helicopter carrying bighorn sheep
Sign saying Cassidy Hole
Biologists snorkel to survey for Stillaguamish River steelhead and salmon.
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Coyote sightings often increase in winter and spring when they are more active.

A bobcat in northeast Washington has tested positive for avian influenza. It is not unexpected for mammals to contract the virus and is not something to cause panic. Here is information on cases of avian influenza in mammals and other facts you should know about the virus.

Coastal steelhead sustainability and what the future could hold for these fisheries.

Hundreds of thousands of fish across the state need to be manually spawned to gather their eggs and milt.

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