Welcome to the Washington Wildlife Federation (WWF). We are Conservationists in the tradition of Teddy Roosevelt -- hunters, fishers, hikers and outdoor-enthusiasts --  protecting wildlife, habitat, public access and supporting education programs to inform people about our natural resources.
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Anglers put the bite on Columbia River bass
Anglers put the bite on Columbia River bass
  ·  Spokesman Review - Outdoors  ·  May 21, 2017_  right

Runoff raising Osoyoos Lake and nearby river flows
Water levels in Osoyoos Lake are rising as heavy snowpack in central British Columbia begins to melt. During the runoff season, the lake can rise sharply and cause downstream rivers to flow more swiftly. Read more....
  ·  WA Dept of Ecology News  ·  May 17, 2017_  right

New local response plans help Washington communities prepare for train, pipeline oil spills
New oil spill response plans from the Washington Department of Ecology will address the increasing chance of oil spills along train routes in central and eastern Washington. Read more....
  ·  WA Dept of Ecology News  ·  May 16, 2017_  right

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