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Details of Washington waterfowl seasons changed

Gunner, a yellow Lab, springs into action to retrieve the first geese dropped by North Idaho waterfowl hunters during filming of an episode of the Working Man's Retriever TV series, featuring Dan Hosford, professional dog trainer from Medical Lake, Wash. (Rich Landers)
Gunner, a yellow Lab, springs into action to retrieve the first geese dropped by North Idaho waterfowl hunters during filming of an episode of the Working Man's Retriever TV series, featuring Dan Hosford, professional dog trainer from Medical Lake, Wash. (Rich Landers)

HUNTING — Amendments to some of the fine print on Washington's 2013-2014 waterfowl hunting seasons have been made by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission and posted on the state agency's website. The changes include changes in limits for ducks such as canvasbacks and scaup and details about goose seasons.

Click here to see the final regulations and a Concise Explanatory Statement that describes the changes the Commission has made to these regulations. 

The Commission also extended the comment period for proposed Wildlife Interaction Rules to Sept. 20The rule involves mitigating wolf-human conflicts.  Submit comments to: Wildthing@dfw.wa.gov.




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