region offers many splendid resources including
a large elk population, many fine steelhead streams
and one of the only wild fall Chinook salmon runs
in the state.
This southwest corner contains the state's only
active volcano, Mount Saint Helens. Also located
here are the only active sandhill crane nests
and the last western pond turtles in the state.
Other varied habitats in the Columbia River Gorge
National Scenic Area support a unique grouping
of rare and potentially endangered species, such
as western gray squirrel, peregrine falcon, pileated
woodpecker and steelhead trout.
sales Licenses can easily be purchased over the Internet,
or in person at one of over 500 license
dealers statewide. For a list of dealers
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customer service staff will be happy to help you
with information about the area's watchable wildlife
and other fish and wildlife opportunities in the
area. Hunting and fishing regulation pamphlets
and other fish and wildlife information is available
at the office free of charge.
To drive to this office:
From I-5 southbound take exit 1D. Turn
left, go eastbound over the freeway on Fourth
Plain Blvd. Turn right on Grand Avenue. Watch
for the department sign across from Fred Meyer.
Turn right into the parking lot.
From I-5 northbound take exit 1D. Turn
right, go eastbound on fourth Plain Blvd. Turn
right on Grand Avenue. Watch for the department
sign across from Fred Meyer. Turn right into
the parking lot.
Trial Permit Application Applications
for field trials are submitted to regional
offices in the region that the intended
field trial is located at least 30 days
prior to the anticipated date of the