The WDFW is accepting letters of interest through June 30 for membership on its Hunter Education Instructor Advisory Committee (IAC).
The state’s fishing seasons, developed by the WDFW and treaty tribal co-managers, were finalized during the Pacific Fishery Management Council’s meeting.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to take action on proposed changes to state hunting rules for deer, elk and waterfowl.
For many anglers, “opening day” is synonymous with the start of the lowland lakes trout-fishing season, which gets underway April 22 this year.
The WDFW is seeking public comments on a draft management plan for the Oak Creek Wildlife Area in southcentral Washington.
The rule change closes Washington’s Klineline Pond to fishing by the public one day prior to the fishing event as well as the two days of the event.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announce a rule change allowing retention of marked hatchery-origin coho salmon.
Washington state’s wolf population grew by 28 percent last year and added at least two new packs, according to an annual report released today by the WDFW.
Botulism caused the deaths of at least 30 gulls near the Port of Tacoma last month, according to final test results received by the WDFW.
Hunters with disabilities receiving special accommodations for hunting in Washington State can now apply to use the Benjamin Pioneer Airbow for big game hunting.
WDFW and UW have launched a collaborative study to determine how eight years of growth in the state’s wolf population is affecting other wildlife species.
The WDFW has extended the deadline to apply for membership on the department’s Master Hunter Advisory Group through Jan. 13, 2017.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its conservation partners permanently protected and opened access to 1,453 acres of wildlife and riparian habitat in southwest Washington.
WDFW is seeking public comments on a draft management plan for the Scotch Creek and Sinlahekin wildlife areas in north central Washington.
WDFW established a hotline to report in three northwest Washington counties as part of its ongoing effort to assess the impact of lead poisoning on swans.
Expect Bloomberg to renew his efforts against the states using a formula he knows he can get to work.
Service changes status from endangered to threatened, adding to growing list of ESA successes.
The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today announced its endorsement of Marty McClendon for the office of Washington Lieutenant Governor.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that he will propose legislation to ban the sale of popular semi-automatic rifles & ammunition magazines.
Breakthrough Clean Technologies, the leader in refined green technology, will be showcasing their solvent, lubricants, and cleaning kits at the Northwest Shooting Sports Expo, August 27th-28th…..
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today halted efforts to lethally remove members of a wolf pack in Ferry County, but will restart the operation if there is another confirmed…..
Members of the Washington National Guard and the Washington State Guard who meet state residency and other requirements can qualify for free hunting licenses under a new law that took effect this…..
Starting June 1 2016, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will restrict target-shooting hours in the Wenas Wildlife Area southwest of Ellensburg to help reduce the risk of wildfires.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is accepting letters of interest through June 17 for membership on its Waterfowl Advisory Group.
Senators Mike Crapo (ID) and Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) and Congressmen Don Young (AK), Frank LoBiondo (NJ), Mike Thompson (CA), and Ron Kind (WI) were joined by 188 of their fellow Members…..