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Wild About Washington - December 2004

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Uploaded on Jun 21, 2010

Hosted by Angella Ward, Habitat Program, Olympia

- Winter chum fishing is a popular recreational winter fishery. Steve Thiesfled, biologist.

- Other Washington fishing opportunities during the month.

- Boosting healthy salmon habitat through stream enrichment. An interview with biologist Michael Gallinat.

- Tree thinning near Ellensburg on WDFW land to restore natural habitat. Wildlife Area manager Cindi Confer explains.

- A Thurston County grade school has a 5th grade science program that involves plenty of field work with bluebirds. Interviews with teacher, parents and students.

- Where to see Washington's wildlife during the coming weeks. Information from Mike O'Malley, WDFW Watchable Wildlife Program.

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