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Wolves, Collaboration, and Coexistence

Wolves, Collaboration, and Coexistence

A message from our Executive Director on wolf conservation and coexistence.

British Columbia fires delay fisher restoration in Washington's North Cascades

British Columbia fires delay fisher restoration in Washington's North Cascades

Olympia – Biologists have temporarily halted plans to reintroduce fishers to forests in Washington's North Cascades using animals from British Columbia.

Legislation aims to protect America’s wildlife before they’re on endangered list

Legislation aims to protect America’s wildlife before they’re on endangered list

Recovering America's Wildlife Act, set to go to Congress in September, would dedicate over $1 billion for states to implement wildlife action plans

Weigh-in on Washington's hunting regulations

Weigh-in on Washington's hunting regulations

The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife is currently looking for initial public input on future hunting seasons and regulations, including increased protections for endangered species. Hunting is an important way many Washingtonians engage with our state’s rich wildlife heritage, and revenue from license sales and taxes on hunting and fishing equipment is a major source of funding for conservation.

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Wolves, Collaboration, and Coexistence

Wolves, Collaboration, and Coexistence   Sep 21, 2017

A message from our Executive Director on wolf conservation and coexistence.

Day of Caring 2017: a day for the wild Northwest

Day of Caring 2017: a day for the wild Northwest   Sep 19, 2017

Thank you to the 70 volunteers from Microsoft and AT&T who helped us plant over 400 shrubs in critical wildlife habitat on Snoqualmie Pass!

Washington’s vulnerable wild sheep: working to conserve the bighorn

Washington’s vulnerable wild sheep: working to conserve the bighorn   Sep 13, 2017

Native bighorn sheep disappeared, then were re-introduced, to Washington state. But disease and habitat loss still threaten this iconic species today. We're working to help conserve the bighorn in the Northwest.

Legislation aims to protect America’s wildlife before they’re on endangered list

Legislation aims to protect America’s wildlife before they’re on endangered list   Sep 11, 2017

Recovering America's Wildlife Act, set to go to Congress in September, would dedicate over $1 billion for states to implement wildlife action plans

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