The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is in the very early stages of developing an updated conservation and management plan for wolves in Washington.This plan will ensure a healthy, productive wolf population with long-term stability once wolves are recovered and no longer designated as state or federally endangered.This six-minute video talks about the reasons for making this plan now, and how you can help guide what goes into it.
Public input and feedback is vital to this effort. The public scoping comment period is open from Aug. 1, 2019 through Nov.1, 2019. You can share your thoughts by taking an
or by attending one of the following 14
public scoping open houses
in your community.