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Living with Wildlife

Protect Wildlife and Prevent Conflict

In Washington, the proximity of urban areas to mountains, forests, and wilderness means that wildlife is a common presence, often found in residents' backyards, crossing roads, and sharing trails. To mitigate conflicts between humans and wildlife, it's essential to understand these animals. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides extensive resources aimed at minimizing such conflicts, attracting beneficial wildlife, and enhancing residents' understanding of the animals inhabiting their surroundings.

Living with Wildlife: About Us
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