Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is investigating fatal poisoning of six wolves Seattle, Wash. – Wildlife officials are asking anyone with information about who killed six wolves in Stevens County earlier this year to come forward and help identify the suspects. WDFW began investigating this incident in February when they discovered someone had killed … Continued
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Join Conservation Northwest in urging a case-by-case approach to determine e-bikes access that emphasizes habitat connectivity, protecting critical habitat and roadless areas, and monitoring impacts associated with higher recreation intensity.
Wild NW Action Alert #324: Tell the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife that you support land acquisition in SW Washington. The WDFW Commission is expected to review the proposal to acquire 94-acres of land adjacent to the WDFW-owned Davis Creek Unit of the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area, outside of Oakville. Conservation Northwest enthusiastically supports … Continued
Conservation Northwest weighs in on new recreation management plan for WDFW-managed lands
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
We’re proud to announce that our short film, “This Land is Part of Us“, produced in partnership with the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife has been awarded the 2021 People’s Choice-Gold Winner by the national Telly Awards! “This beautiful little film has helped all of us who love the shrub-steppe so much to protect it, … Continued
WILD NW Action Alert #315: Show your support for shrub-steppe recovery funding in the 2021 state budget.
A shrub-stefilm produced by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Conservation Northwest.
WILD NW Action Alert #313: Through February 12, send the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife a message supporting three proposed land acquisitions that would enhance wildlife connectivity.
We submitted the following letter to WDFW in support of their 2021 land acquisition priorities, which would benefit wildlife connectivity in two of our conservation programs.