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Pronghorns in Washington 2015 survey

A 2015 survey of pronghorns in Washington had a minimum conformed count of 132 pronghorns. The aerial and ground survey was conducted by the Yakama Nation and the state Department …

Boone & Crockett Club’s first century

The Boone and Crockett Club has had a major impact on wildlife and land conservation in the United States since the club was founded in 1887 by Theodore Roosevelt, George …

4-0 Ranch wildlife land acquisitions

In March 2013, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider a Phase 2 acquisition in a multi-year effort to acquire 12,000 acres of the wildlife-friendly 4-O Land and Livestock …

Fish parasites and diseases

“Common Parasites and Diseases in Washington Fish” is a pamphlet prepared by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to help anglers identify parasites and diseases in fish and how …

Mountain goat awareness

To help prevent gentle-looking mountain goats from becoming pesky or deadly nuisances, a poster is being distributed to educate the public on guidelines for goat encounters. The poster is a …

Assessment of pronghorn habitat in Eastern Washington

George Tsukomoto, Former Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife official in Olympia, published this study in June 2006 in response to Safari Club International’s proposal to reintroduce pronghorns into central …