Last year, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife volunteers devoted more than 30,000 hours to conservation related activities. The department is grateful for all the volunteers who provide their time and talents by contributing to projects that benefit fish, wildlife, and habitat. Volunteer hunter education instructors are committed to ensuring that hunters have safe, legal, and ethical hunts. Many volunteers work directly with WDFW, but many also volunteer through partnerships and local projects around the state. Others contribute by picking up litter on a trail, removing old fishing line from a shoreline, or creating a wildlife friendly space where they live.
If you were one of the many volunteers, we want to see the outstanding work you’ve done to benefit fish and wildlife.