WDFW is interested in collecting information about the distribution and abundance of freshwater mussel species throughout the
state. If you spend time in lakes or rivers where freshwater mussels may be present, your report can help provide information
about the extent of freshwater mussels in the state.
Learn more about mussels and how to help collect data!
- Assist Fish and Wildlife with coastal rockfish research.
- Enjoy an entire day of ocean angling.
- Help protect an important resource in Washington's coastal community
- Learn more!
Join the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in a citizen science initiative to conduct long-term Ecological Integrity
Monitoring (EIM) on Washington State Wildlife Areas. Volunteers will be provided training and free access to the
You will need a camera (digital or SmartPhone), and access to a computer website. You can elect to report data at a
specific site or multiple sites.
To learn more, watch the presentation, "An Introduction to Ecological Integrity
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