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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating the state’s fish and wildlife resources.
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Washington State DFW 3h
Whether you bike, hike, camp, fish or do anything else outside, there's something for everyone at this weekend's Great Outdoors & Bike Expo in Spokane. We'll be there talking about where to find public lands and activities to do on them.
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Washington State DFW 4h
Gov. Inslee Highlights Need to Stop Invasive Species with Awareness Week
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Kaleen Cottingham Feb 20
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Washington State DFW 20h
WDFW reschedules Scatter Creek Wildlife Area planning to March 4 -
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Washington State DFW 20h
WDFW seeks comment on recommendations for endangered butterfly species, tufted puffin -
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Washington State DFW Feb 21
In a dramatic rescue, two WDFW staff pull hunters from freezing Pend Oreille River
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Washington State DFW Feb 20
Projections of low spring chinook returns constrain Columbia River fishing seasons -
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Washington State DFW Feb 20
Major fish recovery project in NE Washington and Idaho gives boost to cutthroat and bull trout
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Washington State DFW Feb 20
Crowd savors clams and blue skies via
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Washington State DFW Feb 20
The sun is out and temps are cold- perfect for ice fishing on some lakes! Winter fishing for Yellow Perch has been great at Lake Curlew in northeast Washington. If you go, review ice safety tips; we can't guarantee safe ice at every lake:
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Washington State DFW Feb 19
WDFW invites public participation in 2019 salmon season-setting process
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Washington State DFW Feb 19
Spring black bear special hunt applications due Feb. 28 -
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Washington State DFW Feb 19
Just because it's cold doesn't mean the fishing isn't good! Allan Dolomont recently caught this 13 1/2 pound walleye at Lake Roosevelt. You may have the same luck as he released it to be caught again. Photo by Lynda Dolomont.
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Washington State DFW Feb 15
WDFW tentatively plans 12 days of digging for razor clams starting March 16 -
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Washington State DFW Feb 15
F&W Commission approves land transactions, makes changes to rules for wildlife rehabilitators -
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Washington State DFW Feb 15
Razor clam digs start up again today -- WDFW approves 7-day razor clam dig starting Feb. 15
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Washington State DFW Feb 13
7-day razor clam dig approved for February via
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Washington State DFW Feb 13
Watch “Protecting the Oregon Spotted Frog in Washington” at
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Washington State DFW Feb 13
You know what's good in cold, snowy weather? Homemade clam chowder. There is a razor clam dig this weekend so you're in luck. The upcoming dig is approved for Feb. 15-Feb. 21. Beaches that will be open and more info at
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Washington State DFW Feb 13
Tonight's meeting on the Scatter Creek Wildlife Area has been canceled due to recent winter storms. A new meeting date will be announced at a later time.
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