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For more information on wildlife viewing, please contact WDFW Wildlife Program.

Phone: 360-902-2515
E-mail: wildthing@dfw.wa.gov

Found Injured Wildlife?

Contact a local
Wildlife Rehabilitator

 
For more information contact a WDFW Regional Office


 
Viewing Guides and Maps

Western Washington
Wildlife Viewing Map for Interstate 5

  Western Washington Wildlife Viewing Map for Interstate 5
 

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Western Washington Wildlife Viewing Map for Interstate 5

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The map highlights 30 wildlife viewing areas for Washington Interstate 5 with opportunities to view wintering elk, bald eagles, gray whales and butterflies. The map also provides information on habitat, land use ethics, and wildlife viewing tips and regional habitats.  Map users should check ahead about services at area chambers of commerce, visitor and interpretive centers.

This map is available at select State Parks, chambers of commerce and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife offices as of July 1st 2009. GPS waypoint information is currently being developed for each wildlife site and will available in the near future.

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