|We are an all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit group promoting effective
conservation, teaching hunting ethics and good sportsmanship, supporting
education to prevent pollution, and improving and increasing outdoor recreation
opportunities, especially hunting and fishing.
|1919 - 2019 Celebrating 100 Years of "Working Today For Tomorrow's Wildlife"
Kittitas County Field & Stream
P.O. Box 522
Ellensburg WA 98926
Copyright KCFS © 2019
|Buy your license in person at
Authorized License Sale Locations in Kittitas County
or on the web
broadband Internet transmissions to bring live views of
wildlife to their biologists' desks and to your home.
WDFW WildWatchCams Homepage
|Donate $25 or more
today and receive a free
|Club Meetings -- Public Welcome
2nd Monday of the month, 7:00 pm at Hal Holmes Center, Ellensburg
|Welcome to the Upper Yakima Basin Project
Your participation in this 10-minute survey will help land managers in Kittitas
and Yakima Counties know more about where you recreate and the natural
resources you value.
Learn more about the survey
- When our club was formed in 1919,
did our founders imagine we'd still be
"Working Today for Tomorrow's Wildlife"
a century later!
- Please help us keep going strong...
become a member,
volunteer at our projects,
come to the 2019 Chukar Run.
Your help can keep the outdoor heritage of our
county strong for years to come.
- Many, many thanks to our
dedicated volunteers and generous community
for all our successful years!
|WDFW has updated their website and we are
searching for this link, if still available
| WDFW creates new wildlife rehabilitation advisory group
WDFW is looking for engaged citizens to serve on a new wildlife rehabilitation advisory group. This group will advise the department
on wildlife rehabilitation best practices regarding animal care, welfare, and procedures that support wildlife rehabilitation as a public
WDFW’s director, Kelly Susewind, will select up to four members from the public to work with department staff on wildlife
rehabilitation topics. “We want members who are able to work constructively towards codifying best practices that result in more
animals being released back into the wild to live a normal life,” said Susewind. The department will consider anyone who has interest
in wildlife rehabilitation. Applicants do not have to be affiliated with an organized group to apply.
Members serve three-year terms and can reapply at the end of their three years. Regular meetings take place quarterly. The
department plans to begin meetings this fall, which may be in Olympia, Mill Creek, or Ellensburg depending on where members live.
Read the full news release
|Washington State Youth Conservation Camp at Moran State Park, July 2019.
Learn archery, survival skills, hunter safety and more!
We're looking for kids, aged 12-16, seeking outdoor adventure. Kids, email us by May 31 a mere 200 words
about why you want to go to camp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll select one boy and one girl from submissions and pay their camp fees
| WSYCC website - Mt. Constitution hike
|Thank You, Durr Road Volunteers!
Thanks for your time and your efforts to keep our public lands
open for everyone.
|2019 Life Member Dinner
At our annual dinner honoring the
club's Life Members, we were
also pleased to meet Zach and his
family. Club Prez Bill presents
Zach with the 2019 Life Member
Thank you, Life Members, for
your ongoing contributions to the
Congratulations, Zach, and good
luck in your studies at UW.
|WDFW Free Fishing Weekend
June 8-9, 2019