washington department of Fish & Wildlife

Public Invited To View Hundreds Of Elk At WDFW Feeding Area
Public Invited To View Hundreds Of Elk At WDFW Feeding Area
Public Invited To View Hundreds Of Elk At WDFW Feeding Area
The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting families to the Oak Creek Wildlife Area near Naches to view hundreds of elk that are being fed there. The WDFW feeds elk in designated parts of South Central Washington every winter because the animals' range is largely fenced off during the colder months and their access to wild food sources is limited. ...
State Issues Forecast for Summer Salmon Returns
State Issues Forecast for Summer Salmon Returns
State Issues Forecast for Summer Salmon Returns
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has released its forecast for salmon returning to the Upper Columbia River this year. WDFW collaborates annually with the state's tribes to produce the forecast. This year's projections include the return of nearly 85,000 summer Chinook and over 272,000 fall Chinook, which are similar numbers to the past three years...
WA Fish & Wildlife Acquiring 300+ Acres in Okanogan Co.
WA Fish & Wildlife Acquiring 300+ Acres in Okanogan Co.
WA Fish & Wildlife Acquiring 300+ Acres in Okanogan Co.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has agreed to purchase 339 acres of land in Okanogan County for habitat conservation. The WDFW recently approved acquisition of the property just east of Riverside near McLoughlin Falls in the Sinlahekin Wildlife Area...