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  1. Breeding wolf pack may be in Pend Oreille County
  2. New recreational licensing fees will support fishing, hunting opportunities
  3. Commission surveys public priorities for a new fish and wildlife director
  4. Campground in Wooten Wildlife Area closed temporarily to remove trees
  5. Members sought for Master Hunter Advisory Group
  6. Safety is the watchword as hunting season nears
  7. WDFW recognizes volunteers for fish and wildlife stewardship
  8. Commission to set waterfowl hunting rules; hear comments on director search Aug. 6-8
  9. Okanogan County special-access deer hunt applications due Aug. 19
  10. Washingtons second wolf pack confirmed, wolf activity being monitored in Pend Oreill
  11. Shrub steppe acreage acquired for wildlife habitat Yakima County
  12. General cougar season starts Sept. 1; Permit-only hunt applications are due Aug. 31
  13. Washington's second wolf pack confirmed, wolf activity being monitored in Pend Oreil
  14. Illegal Pot grower ordered to pay for enviromental damage in WA
  15. Cougar encounter with mtn bikers close popular Leavenworth trail
  16. WDFW Spokane science lab to be dedicated Aug. 24
  17. Waterfowl hunting seasons set, public comment taken by Fish and Wildlife Commission
  18. Volunteers needed to help facilitate access for special-permit elk hunts near Mount S
  19. Teen dead, Fish & Wildlife officer and two others injured in collision
  20. Eastside September goose season canceled, WDFW reminds hunters
  21. Additional meeting scheduled on potential pheasant release sites in Skagit, Snohomi
  22. Public meetings slated Aug. 25-27 on green-dot- wildlife area road management
  23. Meeting scheduled on public access at the Skagit, Snoqualmie wildlife areas
  24. Fish and wildlife roundtable is Sept. 9 in Brewster
  25. WDFW director expected to be named in September
  26. Hunters take note: Law restricts game carcasses from out-of-state
  27. WDFW sets trap to capture cougar in Discovery Park
  28. WDFW officers tracking cougar that reportedly attacked child in Stevens County
  29. Fish and Wildlife Commission chooses Anderson as WDFW director
  30. Public safety cougar-removal applications due October 19
  31. Washington draft wolf management plan review includes a dozen public meetings
  32. No cougar hunting during deer season in six counties
  33. Fish and Wildlife Commission seeks candidates for positions on disabilities advisory
  34. Washington: Island County Commission Outlaws Hunting at Deer Lagoon
  35. Error in hunting pamphlet: Modern firearm elk hunting not allowed in GMU 330
  36. Fungal disease likely killed ducks near Lynden
  37. Hotline to report dead or ill swans available
  38. WDFW seeks applicants for positions on game management advisory council
  39. Public comment sought on proposed land exchange between WDFW and WDNR
  40. Still time to comment on Washington's draft wolf management plan
  41. Gifts for outdoor enthusiasts offer months of enjoyment
  42. Kelso man butt shoots suspected prowler with bow
  43. Master Hunter program accepting applications beginning Jan. 1
  44. Fish and Wildlife Commission to consider land exchange between WDFW and WDNR
  45. Trafficking in bear gall bladders draws fines and a jail sentence
  46. Hunting Rule Change: Elk Area 4941 (Skagit River) closes for elk hunting
  47. WDFW Director Phil Anderson's statement on archery elk hunt near Concrete, Skagit Co
  48. Fish and Wildlife Commission approves major land exchange between agencies
  49. Hunter reports due Jan. 31
  50. Fish and wildlife officers working to trap aggressive Magnolia coyotes
  51. Fish and wildlife officers trap, euthanize Magnolia coyote
  52. State, federal wildlife officials to selectively remove sick Yakima River canyon bigh
  53. Spring black bear hunt applications due March 12
  54. Olympia Considering End to Department of Fish & Wildlife! Hunters and Sportsmen MUST
  55. WA Alert!
  56. WDFW plans public meeting in Tonasket on plan to restore Sinlahekin Wildlife Area
  57. Public hearings planned on proposed hunting rules, special-permit process
  58. WDFW seeks nominations for Enforcement Advisory Group
  59. WDFW seeks public comment on draft white-tailed deer plan
  60. WWPHA.com
  61. WDFW airs plans for special-hunt drawings, 2010 hunting rules, wildlife-damage issue
  62. Hunters have until March 31 to apply for multi-season permit
  63. Chukar hunt from Seattle?
  64. Commission to set new hunting rules at April 9-10 meeting in Leavenworth
  65. WDFW seeks public input on Draft North Olympic Wildlife Area Management Plan
  66. Statement from WDFW Director Phil Anderson on the Washington State Executive Ethics B
  67. Federal grants available for shooting-range projects
  68. Commission approves hunting rules, new special-hunt permit applications
  69. Raccoon distemper suspected in King County
  70. Every day is Earth Day at WDFW
  71. Special-permit hunting applications now available with more options
  72. WDFW seeks nominees for focus group on marine fish in the western Strait
  73. Special-permit hunting applications now available - with more options
  74. Sage, sharp-tailed grouse will benefit from federal assistance to farmers
  75. Deadline to apply for special hunt permits is May 26
  76. Grouse radio-tracker from Spokane named WDFW Volunteer of the Year
  77. WDFW offers safety tips as bear sightings increase
  78. Wildlife-damage rules on Commission agenda at June 4 video-conference meeting
  79. Public comments sought on draft Columbian sharp-tailed grouse recovery plan
  80. Wildlife damage response rules adopted by Fish and Wildlife Commission
  81. Goose marking under way to investigate nesting declines in eastern Washington
  82. WDFW conducting boat checks to stop aquatic invasive species
  83. Women's workshop offers instruction on fishing, hunting, outdoor skills
  84. Results available for special hunt drawing
  85. Ten bears removed from Long Beach Peninsula town
  86. Protect wildlife lands by following fire cautions
  87. WDFW offices to close July 12 for temporary employee layoff
  88. WA man uses bow to stop burglary, may be charged
  89. Text a tip on fish and wildlife violations
  90. Buy big-game hunt permit raffle tickets by July 23
  91. Grant County man faces attempted-murder charge after shooting at Fish and Wildlife p
  92. Okanogan County limited-entry deer hunt applications due Aug. 18
  93. WDFW seeks volunteers to help facilitate access for special-permit elk hunts near Mo
  94. WDFW offices to close August 6 for employee layoff day
  95. Commission hears comments on crab, adopts migratory waterfowl seasons
  96. Hunters' access to private lands gets big boost from permit fees
  97. White-tailed deer hunt proposals to be reviewed in August meetings
  98. Washington: Record revenue leads to more hunting access
  99. Kelso WA man killed in 'freak' bow-hunting accident
  100. Before you Vote in 2010
  101. Public invited to comment on WDFW enforcement program
  102. Fish and Wildlife director to hold public roundtable in Aberdeen
  103. Permanent rules for HPA appeals take effect today (Oct. 14)
  104. Hunters' help sought for disease monitoring
  105. Federal grant will boost state's effort to open more private lands to hunting
  106. WDFW offices close October 11 for employee layoff day
  107. Hotline to report dead or ill swans available
  108. WDFW will accept applications for ALEA volunteer grants
  109. Holiday gifts for those who enjoy Washington's fish and wildlife
  110. File hunting reports by Jan. 10 to qualify for permit drawing
  111. Public meeting set Jan. 6 in Ellensburg on current Colockum elk winter-range closures
  112. Brant numbers strong enough for Skagit hunt
  113. Master Hunter program accepting applications through February 15
  114. Fish and Wildlife director to hold public roundtable in Kennewick
  115. Mandatory hunter reports due Jan. 31
  116. Legislation aims to maintain recreation access on state lands; Three agencies work t
  117. WDFW Officer Chad McGary receives Officer of the Year award
  118. Action Alert Link to Oppose Merger and Keep the Commission in tact and in charge
  119. Wildlife area near Ellensburg closed until May to protect wintering elk
  120. Legislation to Legalize the Use of Firearm Suppressors Passes Washington State Hous
  121. Commission to take public comments in Spokane on big-game hunting seasons
  122. Hunters have until March 31 to apply for multiple-season permits
  123. Spring black bear hunt applications due March 10
  124. Washington: Thurston County Board of Commissioners to Consider No-Shooting Ordinan
  125. Fish and Wildlife director to hold roundtable discussion in Sedro Woolley
  126. Fish and Wildlife Commission set to take action on hunting rules
  127. Fish and Wildlife Commission approves new hunting rules
  128. Cougar killed in Wenatchee neighborhood
  129. Legislation to Legalize the Use of Firearm Suppressors in Washington Signed into Law by Governor Gregoire
  130. Washington's salmon fisheries set for 2011
  131. Three sections of Snake River open for spring chinook fishing this month
  132. Another round of razor-clam digs OK'd on ocean beaches April 19-23
  133. Spring chinook fishery extended again on the lower Columbia River
  134. Wild Dog Pack on the Loose
  135. Washington: Plan for Columbia National Wildlife Refuge of Importance to Hunters
  136. Washington Imposes New Fees to Use Public Lands - Some Hunters May Be Double-Taxed!
  137. spokane DIY hunting ??
  138. "Time to cry Wolf"
  139. Bow hunting in Bellingham
  140. SPOKANE FEEDBACK
  141. NW Forest Plan Public Comments Needed!!!!