EITW Wildlife Program
EITW Wildlife Program Director
EITW volunteers have over a decade of assisting Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Region-6 Wildlife Management with wildlife studies. These include participation in the “Roosevelt Elk Mortality Study”, deer and elk herd composition surveys, range and forage studies, animal captures and translocations. We continue to conduct Game Check Stations in Region-6 study areas; collecting DNA and Chronic Wasting Disease samples, hunter and wildlife data.
We work closely with WDFW personnel to locate areas of needed assistance, develop the trainings required, educate and organize the volunteer resources required for each project. Listed below are the current projects available; Keep checking the EITW Calendar for projects and trainings as they are developed and funded.
We need dedicated volunteers in leadership / project manager positions. For us to expand and develop more volunteer opportunities.
Wildlife Program Projects: Note: Program pages are under construction currently; only the underlined links are active.
Biological Game Check Stations:
ü Weyco Vail Tree Farm Main Gate
ü Williams Creek GMU Study Area
Region-6 Wildlife Study Projects – (Funded by ALEA Grants)
ü Anderson Homestead Enhancement Project
GMU Border Posting – (Not funded at this time)
Deer Hair Slip Syndrome
ü Wildlife Studies
ü Activity Reports
|EITW “Supporting Member” volunteers’ that assist in project management or general activities like Game Check Stations and GMU Boundary posting projects, become eligible to participate in the special projects requiring a limited amount of highly trained and dedicated volunteers.|
Use this form to contact the Wildlife Director::