New Legislation Requires WDFW and the Colville Tribes to Coordinate on Wolf Management

Conservation Northwest today expressed qualified support for Governor Jay Inslee signing House Bill 2424. The bill requires the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to work with the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation to coordinate gray wolf and other wildlife management in the so-called “North Half” lands in northeast Washington that were part of … Continued

Our comments on the State’s Draft Status Review for Columbian White-tailed Deer

Conservation Northwest Comments on Washington Department of Wildlife’s Draft Status Review for the Columbian White-tailed Deer Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Taylor Cotton P.O. Box 43141 Olympia, WA 98504 November 18, 2022 Dear Mr. Cotton, Conservation Northwest is grateful to be given the opportunity to provide comments for the Draft Status Review for the … Continued

CNW offers a $10,000 reward for information leading to conviction in wolf poaching case

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

Speak up and tell WDFW to improve wildlife connectivity from the Cascades to Olympics 

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