My understanding is that the lion’s share of smolts will go into a dozen King County lakes. Seattle’s Green will see HUGE releases, and the stocking truck will hit Langlois and Rattlesnake too.
WDFW this afternoon reported that it cost over $53,000 to herd a southern Stevens County sheep flock away from depredating wolves and kill one member of the pack last month. That amount is split about evenly between nonlethal and lethal work during the three weeks that agency conflict specialists were with the large flock and […]
Not only will the 20,000 acres of a Douglas County ranch provide public deer and upland bird hunting and fishing access as well as sharp-tailed grouse habitat, but it was the site of a shootout in 1895.
In a TVW interview and with FAQs posted online yesterday, agency officials are challenging recent contentions that the operation was a “another mistake” and the removal of the breeding female was “catastrophic” and would cause “chaos” in the pack.
The next morning, Adam woke up early and asked if we could head to the mountains and look for some grouse.