Helpful Tourism Website Links:
Hosted by Aimee McIntyre, of the Habitat Program in Olympia.
- Washington's first Youth Outdoor Expo, including interviews with Bonnie Long, outreach manager and Jeff Koenings, director.
- Enforcement of the Hood Canal recreational shrimp fishery, featuring Dennis Flowers and Mark James, enforcement officers.
- Fishing opportunities across Washington.
- A WDFW access site in Mason County that was "adopted" by students at Choice High School
- A reminder to "leave wild things in the wild," featuring Rocky Spencer, biologist, and Bill Lantiegne, enforcement officer.
See: See: http://wdfw.wa.gov/pubaffrs/wildwash/
"Wild About Washington" is produced by Chuck Bolland, WDFW Public Affairs.
Moronic comments from the music video generation. You wouldn't expect these two to understand much at all abount science, but even with that you'd expect some higher form of communication. Sorry thing is, they are probably doing the best they can with the brains thy have. We need to keg more kids outdoors and out from in front of video games. Thank you for this show. From it I found your web site
im not wild about washington.