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Wild About Washington: July 2006

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Uploaded on Nov 13, 2006

Hosted by Katisha Conner, customer service specialist, Olympia headquarters.

Features:

- Shad fishing on the Columbia River with Wil Morrison from the WDFW Region Five headquarters in Vancouver

- New WDFW signs will soon be appearing a favorite Puget Sound crabbing sites. An explanation from Rich Childers, biologist, Pt. Whitney Shellfish Lab

- A good example of "citizen science" as students assist WDFW Region One biologist Woody Myers on Project Mule Deer.

- Good information on how to live with bears when you live in or travel in bear country. WDFW biologist Rocky Spencer.

- The WDFW game farm in Lewis County is now the Bob Oke Game Farm. WDFW Director Dr. Jeff Koenings and Sen. Bob Oke.

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