Director’s Bulletin | Sept/Oct 2022

WDFW Habitat Program Protection Division staff talk with project proponents and conduct a compliance check to safeguard habitat and fish passage in southwest Washington.

Hunting seasons underway; check the hunting prospects or watch our video to learn more

WDFW expands testing for chronic wasting disease

Now recruiting Fish and Wildlife Police officers; Karelian bear dog retires

King of the Reach fishing derby questions answered

Prescribed burns support forest health and habitat; WDFW continues Shared Stewardship

Expanding fish and wildlife education and outreach

Coastal steelhead research released and public input underway for 2023 season

New legislative report shows public opinion split regarding e-bike use on WDFW and DNR-managed lands

International partners work together for tufted puffin research

Salmon, seals, and new technology at Capitol Lake

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