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Wild About Washington - July 2005

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Uploaded on Jun 21, 2010

Hosted by Christine Salvador, Office Assistant, Office of the Director, Olympia headquarters

- A summer of salmon fishing opportunities. Steve Thiesfeld, fish biologist.

- Plenty of fishing opportunities for Washington's lake salmon, the kokanee, with some how- to tips from Jim Uehara, fish biologist.

- Please don't bring what you believe are abandoned wildlife into the WDFW offices. Enforcement Officer Bill Lantiegne of the WDFW Region 1 office in Spokane has to play "mom" to twin fawns.

- WDFW is now tracking a cougar kitten. Soon after it was discovered, it was fitted with a small radio collar. Rocky Spencer, wildlife biologist.

- While best known as a winter elk feeding station, the Oak Creek Wildlife Area offers some great summer recreational opportunities for our outdoor loving public. John McGowan, area mgr.

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