Posts Tagged ‘State Dept. of Fish and Wildlife’
Fish & Wildlife Dept. Seeks Comments on Peshastin Land Conservation Project
A proposed conservation project in the Wenatchee Valley is looking for your feedback.
Marcus Bellissimo reports from Peshastin. …Read More
With Horan Area Home To Moose Calf, Tips For Moose Encounters From Fish & Wildlife Dept.
The Horan Natural Area is a favorite hiking spot for many people and their dogs. It’s also recently been claimed by a moose as her territory, as Marcus Bellissimo reports. …Read More
Eight Endangered Fishers Released Into North Cascades
Bears Love Trash – Tips For Living With Bears This Fall
When bears forage for food, it can be entertaining to watch from afar or literally too close for comfort if they’re rifling through your garbage can. And the foods in which they can glean from our yards may also throw-off …Read More
Most Popular Hunting Seasons of Year Open Sat. Oct. 12
Hunters throughout he state are gearing up for this weekend. And the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says hunters can expect an average year when it comes to elk and deer. …Read More
Throwing Fish Away With The Canal Water – WDFW Asking Irrigators To Help Salmon
When the irrigation season ends and the canals empty, chinook salmon, steelhead, and other fish species can become stranded. And if necessary, a fish rescue will be performed.…Read More
WDFW Commission To Consider New Hunting, Fishing License At Winthrop Meeting
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is preparing to make things easier for the avid outdoors person by combining some of the most common licenses. …Read More
WDFW To Use Drones For Counting Salmon Spawning Nests In Wenatchee River
Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as drones, can be used for any number of activities too difficult or time consuming for people, from surveying back-country power lines to aerial livestock surveillance.
Local wildlife managers will deploy drones to count spawning …Read More
Cougar Attacks Remain Rare, Despite Recent Leavenworth Incident
A small boy had an encounter with a cougar in Leavenworth last weekend and thankfully, the boy only suffered minor injuries.
But it sheds light on the fact that contact between humans and cougars in Washington state is actually pretty …Read More
Sharp-Tailed Grouse Cross Canadian Border For New NCW Home
What does it takes to help save an animal on Washington’s endangered species list?
An extravagant mating ritual, tiny solar-powered satellite transmitter’s, some translocation and a little help from Canada too, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.…Read More
2019 Legislature: Lawmakers Considering Restarting Cougar Control Pilot Program
A pilot program that concluded in 2011 is once again before the legislature. It seeks to keep in check Washington’s cougar population. Marcus Bellissimo reports.…Read More