Forest management practices benefit fish, wildlife, and people

A drake and hen blue-winged teal take to the skies over the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge.
A drake and hen blue-winged teal take to the skies over the Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. (Larry James)

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How WDFW is working to better understand predation impacts on one of Puget Sound’s most-threatened salmon runs

WDFW Biologist Sarah Colosimo uses a spotting scope to scan the tidal flats where the Stillaguamish River empties into Port Susan, looking for signs of predators that may be preying on threatened salmon.
Aerial view Naches tributary of Yakima River, courtesy Yakima County

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating the state’s fish and wildlife resources.

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