Mailing Address:
Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife
Wildlife Program
Master Hunter Section
600 Capitol Way North
Olympia, WA  98501-1091

Physical Address:
WDFW – Wildlife Program
Natural Resources Building
Fifth Floor
1111 Washington Street SE
Olympia, WA 9850

 

Elk Activity Updates

Elk Activity update – July 8th, 2014
Please report harvest to (509) 925–9323

Reminders

  • Please call in to 925-9323 to report where and when (time and date) your animal was harvested, how many animals were in the group, and how many members of the group wore radio-collars
  • If you see fences torn down by elk getting pushed around them, please offer then and there to make repairs. This may help keep you in good standing with private property owners.

Elk Activity – 3911 Kittitas County

At this time elk in most areas of GMU’s 328, 329, 335, 336, and 340 are in the upper elevation timbered areas and away from damage areas.  However, as conditions become drier in those areas some elk move down near or into the damage areas of Elk Area 3911.  During August elk can damage hay and other crops and opportunities for Master Hunters to harvest elk increase.

    • Parke Creek – No reported activity.
    • Reecer Creek – 6-10 elk reported near BPA powerlines.
    • Coleman Canyon – No reported activity.
    • Robinson Canyon – No reported activity.
    • Teanaway – Small numbers of elk along river areas.
    • Hwy 10 – No reported activity.
    • Riverbottom – No reported activity.
    • Peoh Point/Cle Elum – Some elk reported using hay fields.
    • Badger Pocket – Some elk in area using hay fields and crossing from YTC.

Yakima County - 3912

  • Tampico – No reported activity.
  • Naches – No reported activity.
  • Tieton – No reported activity.
  • Wenas – No reported activity.
  • West Valley – No reported activity.

Yakima Training Center – 371

No reported activity.