Support restoration efforts of pygmy rabbits in Columbia Basin by volunteering! Opportunity will be led by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife and support from Conservation Northwest.
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Hop in the winter search for pygmy rabbit activity. EPHRATA, WA – If you are east of the Cascades, consider joining the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife (WDFW) and our Sagelands Heritage Program on the search for pygmy rabbit. Pygmy rabbit, named after its tiny size, has both state and federal Endangered status. It … Continued
Washington’s pygmy rabbits are small, few and far between. We’re working to conserve and improve their habitat.
Protection of two iconic species found in Washington’s sagelands under review.
Seattle, Wash.— A bipartisan wildlife bill that its supporters have dubbed “the biggest wildlife bill in fifty years” has been left out of the omnibus spending package, leaving very few options for passing the bill this Congress. The bill passed the House in June and has 47 cosponsors in the Senate, including 16 Republicans. “This … Continued
Washington would get $20.7 million to help at-risk wildlife Seattle, Wash. — The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to pass the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, a bill to prevent wildlife extinctions by funding locally-led conservation efforts. If it becomes law, Washington will receive around $20.7 million to help 268 species of concern, including … Continued
Tell your members of Congress to advocate for the passing of Recovering America’s Wildlife Act to invest in our wildlife and wildlands!
The dream of a fence-less west is underway in central Washington with the rollout of a new virtual fence pilot program. The removal of traditional fencing used for cattle management brings benefits to ranchers, critical wildlife species, and the ecosystem as a whole.
State proviso, pygmy rabbit recovery and student engagement: another year of conservation in the “connected backbone” east of the Cascades From British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley to south-central Washington’s Horse Heaven, the Sagelands Heritage Program (SHP) is doing just that. 2021 was an exciting year for conservation in this shrub-steppe landscape full of many projects with … Continued
Watch a short film produced by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Conservation Northwest, followed by a Q and A session with the producers