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
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After 11 years and more than 500 reports from motorists of wildlife along I-90 in Washington’s Central Cascades, we’re successfully closing the I-90 Wildlife Watch program and website.
Lethal control is always a difficult situation, one that we don’t like to see occur. It can be understandably emotional for wildlife advocates, livestock producers, and agency staff.
New bipartisan legislation introduced in the U.S. House and Senate will fund locally-led efforts to help prevent extinctions and help wildlife recover and thrive nationwide.
Colville National Forest has rescinded 2020 motor vehicle use maps and reinstated previous motorized vehicle designations that do not allow ATVs on certain roads without proper public and environmental review.
After passing both chambers of the legislature, the DNR forest health and fire suppression bill, HB 1168, is heading to the Governor.
Minimum of 178 wolves counted in at least 29 packs and 16 successful breeding pairs statewide
Letter from WA Legislators to B.C. Premier John Horgan highlights transboundary threats from industrial mines and tailings dams, calls for reform.
This project rooted in science and local collaboration provides a valuable model for landscape-scale forest and watershed restoration.
Public land and wildlife managers must take steps to further reduce disease risks from domestic sheep to Washington’s imperiled bighorn herds.