The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife produces hundreds of documents annually, outlining fish, wildlife, and lands management, scientific research, guidance for homeowners, local governments, and contractors, harvest summaries, and other materials.

Periodic Status Review for the Peregrine Falcon (2024)

Joseph B. Buchanan, Mark S. Vekasy and Gerald E. Hayes (2024)

Recreational Shellfishing in Washington: Participation in 2022

Braeden Van Deynze, PhD; Matthew N. George, PhD; Aaron Dufault (2024)

Newaukum River Smolt Production, 2022

Daniel Olson, Devin West, and Marisa Litz (2024)

DRAFT Periodic Status Review for the Pygmy Rabbit (2024)

Gerald E. Hayes and Jonathan A. Gallie (2024)

Washington Gray Wolf Conservation and Management 2023 Annual Report

A cooperative effort by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, Spokane Tribe of Indians, Yakama Nation, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (2024)