|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.
Kittitas County Field & Stream
P.O. Box 522
Ellensburg WA 98926
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|Monthly Wolf Report – September 2017
This report provides information about wolf conservation and
management activities undertaken by the Washington Department of Fish
and Wildlife from Aug. 15 to Sept. 14, 2017. It complements weekly
reports posted on this site that focus on management actions directed at
wolf packs subject to lethal removal due to predation on livestock.
Statewide wolf activity
In late July, WDFW determined that a dispersing animal from the Dirty
Shirt pack had met up with a dispersing wolf from British Columbia. At
this time, it appears that those wolves may be establishing a territory in
northern Stevens County. WDFW will continue to monitor this activity
throughout the fall and winter.
In addition, other wolves previously collared in Profanity, Smackout, and
Goodman Meadows have dispersed to northern Ferry County, the
Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and the Idaho Panhandle, respectively.
On August 17, WDFW caught and released a young-of-the-year wolf
from the Beaver Creek Pack while attempting to collar an adult in that
Read the full report here.
|WDFW WILDLIFE PROGRAM
Muzzleloader 209 primer survey
As part of the outreach to the hunting public for the upcoming
2018-2020 three-year hunting season package, the Fish and
Wildlife Commission requested the department include a
discussion of muzzleloader equipment. Therefore, we are
conducting a short survey at this time that is specific to whether
209 primers should be allowed as part of the ignition system for
muzzleloader firearms during muzzleloader seasons.
Currently, 209 primers or any primer designed to be used in
centerfire cartridges are not allowed for muzzleloader hunting in
Washington state except for muzzleloaders used during modern
Please take 5 minutes out of your busy schedule to answer the four
questions in the survey at the link provided below.
The department will consider all survey input received before
October 31 at 5:00 p.m.
|FREE Hunter's Breakfast- Wild Horse Wind Facility
Friday, October 27 at 7:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Wild Horse Renewable Energy Center
25905 Vantage Hwy, Ellensburg, Washington 98926
Interested in hunting at Wild Horse or recreating during hunting season? Join us for our 2017 Hunter's Breakfast in cooperation with the
Kittitas County Field and Stream Club and WDFW to learn what rules and regulations apply to GMU 329 and within the Wild Horse Wind
All permits must be filled out online through WDFWs Hunt By Reservation program. You can register online for permits for General Spike
Modern Firearm two weeks prior to your hunt date. This hunt is limited to 50 people per day, and each person can register for permits for up
to 3 days. Go to www.pse.com/wildhorse to read rules for hunting on site and to register for a permit.