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Wild About Washington - August 2005

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Uploaded on Jun 21, 2010

Hosted by June Skye, a Risk Manager at the Olympia WDFW headquarters

- Fishing for pink's is a good way to get kids started salmon fishing. Some basics and how-to advice from Steve Thiesfeld, Fish Program biologist.

- Other fishing opportunities in Washington

- WDFW's recovery of the western pond turtle continues with success. A report feature Harriet Allen, Endangered Species Mgr; Kate Stevens, Scientific Technician; Kelly McAllister, Dist. Biologist; and Shannon Sewalt, biologist.

- A recent 24-hour biological survey of a watershed in Pierce County was called BioBlitz 2005 and WDFW participated. A report from Michelle Tirhi, Urban Biologist

- New state "wildlife" license plates for cars and trucks will result in providing benefits for WDFW. Mick Cope, Upland Game Mgr, explains.

- Washington Wildlife viewing opportunities in the coming week.

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