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Identification of elk winter range in the Lewis River Drainage, southwestern Washington

Identification of elk winter range in the Lewis River Drainage, southwestern Washington

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Published by Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Olympia, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elk -- Ecology -- Washington (State),
  • Elk -- Habitat -- Washington (State) -- Lewis River Drainage

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWarren A. Michaelis ... [et al.].
    ContributionsMichaelis, Warren A., Washington (State). Dept. of Fish and Wildlife., PacifiCorp.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14099469M
    OCLC/WorldCa35958123

    Data Basin is a science-based mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship. ODFW Oregon Big Game Winter Habitat (ODFW ) document and not in this document. 3. Deer and Elk Habitat Descriptions for Western Oregon: Deer and elk need habitat which provides a combination of food, water, and security to survive and reproduce. For most black-tailed deer herds, especially in Oregon’s Coast Range and.

    Everything related to the education, promotion and conservation of wild fair chase elk hunting in Washington State. Including Olympic Roosevelt, Rocky Mountain and Cascade Roosevelt sub-species.   The just-completed 1,acre acquisition is the third phase of a project that previously protected an additional 2, acres of habitat in the upper Lewis River basin north of Swift Reservoir.

    a Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, unpublished data on file, Forestry and Range Sciences Laboratory, La Grande, Oregon. b Values derived by dividing the number of plots in a single band by the total plots. c Weights derived by dividing the percentage of elk plots in each band by the highest percentage in any single band. d The >yard cover category is composed of three yard.   WASHINGTON. Blacktail hunting is very popular in November and December throughout the Washington lowlands and Cascades. Archers and muzzleloader hunters find fairly liberal seasons west of the Cascades here. Deer populations are generally low in the Cascade Mountain GMUs, including Lewis River (), Wind River (), and Siouxon ().


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Identification of elk winter range in the Lewis River Drainage, southwestern Washington Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Lewis River is a tributary of the Columbia River, about 95 miles ( km) long, in southwestern Washington in the United States. It drains part of the Cascade Range north of the Columbia drainage basin of the Lewis River covers about 1, square miles (2, km 2).

The river's mean annual discharge is about 6, cubic feet per second ( m 3 /s).Mouth: Columbia River. Elk Habitat Conserved in Washington’s Lewis River Watershed From The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: MISSOULA, Mont.—Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and PacifiCorp, an.

MISSOULA, Montana — Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and PacifiCorp, an electric utility company.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. Press Release from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation: MISSOULA, Mont.—Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and PacifiCorp, an electric utility company.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief. ODU Admin Hunting News Comments Off on Elk Habitat Conserved in Washington’s Lewis River Watershed Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and PacifiCorp, an electric.

The Lewis River watershed in southwestern Washington State, USA, encompasses 2, square km and drains the western slope of the Cas cade Mountain range, emptyi ng into the Columbia River.

Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk.

From Woodland, Washington to Mt. Adams, this site shows you the fishing, hunting, camping, gardens, history, and other attractions along the North Fork Lewis River. Click here for 's Hunters Photo Album. Edna's elk: year-old says she 'can't wait until next year'. Sunlight Basin WHMA.

Take Wyoming north of Cody 16 miles and turn west onto Wyoming for 21 miles, then turn left on Sunlight Road. The Sunlight Basin Meadows are considered crucial winter range for nearly 1, elk, as well as mule deer, big- horn sheep, and moose. Whiskey Mountain WHMA. Summary of hunting seasons for bobcat, fox, raccoon hare/rabbit, grouse, coyote and other small game animals.

Migratory waterfowl seasons Summary of hunting seasons for duck, coot, snipe, pigeon, mourning dove, swan, goose, and brant.

Winter-feeding of elk is employed on an annual basis by state agencies in Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

Duringan average 3 1, elk were fed in those 5 states at a cost of $ million. Most feeding programs originated due to conflicts between elk and agricultural uses of historic elk winter range. Around elk winter in the Skookumchuck Unit. The population objective for the three Region 5 units is 2, elk, raising the herd number to around 3, The elk herds associated with Mount St.

Helens comprise the largest complex of elk in the Washington. But "elk" was apparently adapted for its current use long before Lewis and Clark. Inhowever, the Shawnee Indian name "wapiti" was proposed as the official one, to avoid the old confusion.

The Indian name is made up of words meaning "white" and " deer," apparently referring to the light coloration of some of the animals, or to the.

A spatially explicit decision support system for managing wide-ranging species The Lewis River watershed in southwestern Washington within the range of the northern spotted owl. Washington. American elk (Cervus elaphus) Summer range Elk in the northwest and other regions of the country that experience high snowfall and severe winter conditions typically migrate to higher elevations in summer once adverse winter conditions subside.

Protection from human disturbance is a major factor luring elk to summer ranges. A general lack ofFile Size: KB. Title: DESCRIPTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF THE FORESTS OF THE UPPER ILLINOIS RIVER DRAINAGE OF SOUTHWESTERN OREGON Abstract approved: "illiam W.

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Sincereports of elk with deformed, broken, or missing hooves have increased dramatically in southwest Washington, with sporadic observations in other areas west of the Cascade Range.

While elk are susceptible to many conditions that result in limping or hoof deformities, the prevalence and severity of this new affliction – now known as.

MISSOULA, Mont.—Nearly 4, acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access thanks to ongoing collaborative efforts by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and PacifiCorp, an electric utility company.

“This is a tremendous accomplishment,” said Blake Henning, RMEF chief conservation officer. objective was raised to 28, elk.

The White River elk herd has avera elk since The herd appears to have been steadily increasing except after severe winters such as and The population average by decade are: 8, elk in the ’s, 15, elk in the ’s, 28, elk.

Elk River Books hosts presentations by writers, artists, musicians, small-scale theatrical productions and lectures on a wide range of topics. We are presently booking six months in advance, and at the very least need a six-week head start in order to properly promote your event. We regret that due to various limitations, we are unable to host every event proposed.winter range in eastern Oregon and Washington may be an important strategy in some areas, especially for visual security from predators.

In areas where deer and elk regularly congre-gate in winter, reducing or eliminating disturbance from humans may be the most important way we can help them through winter months.

Forage.Southwest Washington elk hunting faces new complications The other big producer of elk -- the Lewis River unit, with bulls last year -- is largely public land in.