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.
News Category: WDFW
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.
Ecological objectives, particularly fish, wildlife and habitat needs and values, must take priority over grazing or other private commercial uses on State Wildlife Areas.
The Washington Legislature has provided WDFW with $27 million from the state General Fund in the final supplemental operating budget, fully-funding the agency through June 2021.
We recently met with agency leaders and submitted recommendations to the WDFW for their 25-year strategic plan.
45 leaders from the conservation, fishing, hunting and recreation communities are calling on the legislature to fully-fund WDFW’s $26 million budget request.
We submitted the following letter to the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife in support of their 2020 land acquisition priorities, which would benefit wildlife in two of our conservation programs.
We call for a new Wolf Plan that supports resilient wolf populations and acceptance for wolves across rural communities.
This Sunday, 9/15 we will be helping WDFW remove old barbed wire and fence posts on the Whiskey Dick Unit of the L.T. Murray Wildlife Area near the Vantage Highway, and YOU can help!
We’re coordinating closely with the state, ranchers and range riders to provide resources for additional range riding and herd supervision in the OPT territory as needed.