Please review the information below and choose the list or lists that best suit your needs. You may unsubscribe at any time if you no longer wish to receive future mailings. Email Address: Your Name (Optional): I want to subscribe to: WDFW All Information ListThis list receives News releases, Weekender Reports, emergency regulation updates, and Fish and Wildlife Commission announcementsAverage mail traffic 5-10 emails per week. Select lists individually: WDFW News Releases & Weekender ReportThis list receives all WDFW News Releases and the monthly Weekender Report highlighting all of the latest fish and wildlife opportunities around the state. Average mail traffic: 3-6 e-mails per week. WDFW Regulation UpdatesThis list receives Fishing and Hunting Rule Changes and regulatory focused News Releases.NOTE: Those who subscribe to both this list and the "WDFW News Release & Weekender Report" list will occasionally receive duplicate copies of news releases that are sent to both lists. It is recommended that you subscribe to the "WDFW All Information" list to avoid receiving unnecessary e-mail. Average mail traffic: 2-4 emails per week. Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission AnnouncementsThis list receives announcements from the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Commission. Average mail traffic: 2-4 emails per month. Specialized lists These are specialized mailing lists that provide targeted information on specific subjects WDFW RulemakingThis list receives weekly summaries of proposed permanent rule changes and adopted permanent rule changes filed with the Washington State Register as well as periodic notices regarding permanent rulemaking activities. Average mail traffic: 1 emails per week. Gray Wolf Updates and InformationThis list receives occasional updates on wolves in Washington state, wolf management plan information and other wolf related announcements. Average mail traffic: 1-3 e-mails per month. Columbia River Fishery Notices The Columbia River Notice list provides public notices of upcoming scheduled compacts and joint state hearings, joint state reports, and action notices regarding salmon, steelhead, sturgeon, shad, and smelt fisheries in the mainstem Columbia River. Average mail traffic: Varies, 1-10 emails per week depending on the need for emergency in-season action. We are concerned about protecting your privacy. By submitting your name and e-mail address on this form you agree to receive e-mail communications from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). We will only use your name and e-mail address for the communications you have indicated you wish to receive from WDFW. We will not share or distribute your data to third parties for commercial purposes. You should be aware, however, that under certain circumstances your name and e-mail address may be made publically available for non-commercial purposes under Washington State public disclosure laws (see RCW 42.56.070 for more information).