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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


 

Highway 20 Elk Observations

Observations of Highway 20 Elk crossings (between Sedro-Woolley and Concrete, WA) will help identify where elk are most likely to cross and where elk-vehicle collisions occur. These web- or smartphone-based observations can be used in transportation and conservation plans to minimize collisions and resolve elk-land use conflicts.

>> Report an observation using your web browser

>> Report an observation using a mobile device
       Read instructions on how to download, install and use the ArcGIS mobile app

Step 1.
Download the App


Download iPhone app

Download Android app

Windows phone app

 

 
Step 2.
Choose your device
to open map