North Puget Sound - Region 4
Amy Windrope

Regional Director

16018 Mill Creek Boulevard
Mill Creek, WA 98012-1541

Office Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
excluding legal holidays

Telephone (425) 775-1311
Fax (425) 338-1066 

Click here
for Directions


Region 4 HeadquartersThis region covers the northern Puget Sound portion of the state from King County to the Canadian border.

The terrain ranges from the alpine forests of the Cascade mountains in the east to the beautiful San Juan islands and Puget Sound to the west. Puget Sound is home to many species of marine mammals, including Orca (killer whales), marine birds, and fish of all kinds, including several species of salmon, bottomfish, and shellfish. The Cascades are home to wolves, black bears, cougars, deer and elk. The Skagit River Valley provides habitat for wintering bald eagles and is one of the prime viewing sites in the country during January and February. The valley also is home to swans and numerous species of waterfowl. Three Wildlife Areas owned and operated by the department provide wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities.

License sales
Licenses can easily be purchased over the Internet, or in person at one of over 500 license dealers statewide. For a list of dealers located closest to you, click here.

Our customer service staff will be happy to help you with information about the area's watchable wildlife and other fish and wildlife opportunities in the area. Hunting and fishing regulation pamphlets and other fish and wildlife information is available at the office free of charge.

To drive to our office: from I-5, take Exit 183 onto 164th Street Southeast. Continue eastbound about 1.5 miles. At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Mill Creek Boulevard. Look for us on the left about 1 1/2 blocks north directly across from Bank of America. Parking is available.

Wildlife Areas
Water Access Sites
Authorized Licensed Sales Locations
Wildlife Program Weekly Activity Reports
Employment Opportunities
The Weekender Report The Weekender Report
The latest in fish and wildlife recreational opportunities across Washington State.
North Puget Sound Region Weekender Report
Puget Sound Fishing Reports
Report Elk Hoof Rot/Deformation Sightings
Public Fishing Piers of Puget Sound
North Puget Sound Waterfowl Surveys
An Invitation to Visit the Chum Salmon at Piper's Creek
Wildlife License Plates
Wildlife License Plates
Help Support Wildlife Activities in Washington
Field Trial Permit Application
Applications for field trials are submitted to regional offices in the region that the intended field trial is located at least 30 days prior to the anticipated date of the field trial.
Wildlife Area Management Plans