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DNR to transfer 1,360 acres to WDFW in Douglas County

The Washington State Department of Natural Resources will transfer 1,360 acres of Douglas County rangeland to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife as part of a grant-funded transaction approved by the Board of Natural Resources on Tuesday morning.

WDFW reauthorizes lethal action in Wedge wolf pack territory

On Tuesday, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife director Kelly Susewind reauthorized WDFW staff to lethally remove wolves from the Wedge pack territory in response to what the department has determined to be repeated depredations of cattle on grazing lands in Stevens County. The Department believes there are currently two adult wolves in the pack.

WDFW authorizes lethal action in Wedge wolf pack territory

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife director Kelly Susewind on Thursday, July 23, authorized WDFW staff to lethally remove a wolf from the Wedge pack territory in response to what it called “repeated depredations of cattle on grazing lands” in Stevens County.

WDFW asks public for 25-year strategic plan guidance

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) released a draft strategic plan last week designed to help WDFW invest in connections with communities and partners to improve fish, wildlife and habitat outcomes.

WDFW director reauthorizes lethal action in Togo wolf pack territory

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife director Kelly Susewind on Friday reauthorized WDFW staff to lethally remove wolves from the Togo pack territory in response to what the department has deemed “repeated depredations of cattle on grazing lands in the Kettle River range” of Ferry County. The reauthorization allows for up to two wolves to be removed through lethal removal permits and WDFW removal efforts.