Discover Pass may now be used on two vehicles
A single, Discover Pass can now can be used on either of two motor vehicles, thanks to new legislation signed by Gov. Chris Gregoire.
The change takes effect immediately. Holders of previously issued annual passes may enter a second vehicle license number on their existing pass. Learn more >>
This website offers a virtual tour of 21 currently proposed land acquisition projects. These proposals were developed through a review process involving department staff and WDFW’s Executive Management Team. Learn more >>
acquisition is one of the tools used by the Department
to conserve Washington’s fish and wildlife
and provide related recreational opportunities.
This tool carries with it responsibilities and costs,
and can only occur successfully with the support
of our citizens. As our understanding of fish and
wildlife values grows, and the number of entities
working to preserve those values increases, it has
become ever more important for the Department to
clearly articulate its unique role through an overarching
“Land Line” News Notes are produced for e-mail distribution about 10 times a year to provide information about department land management on both public and private land for fish and wildlife habitat needs and for recreation such as hunting, wildlife watching, fishing, camping, hiking, and boating.
Washington's Wildlife Areas
are diverse in habitat and species offering many
opportunities for wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing,
hiking, camping. With over 150 different areas to
choose from the choices for activities are abundant.
Some areas are closer than you think.