Upcoming Events

WAFWA’s 2023 Summer Meeting

July 9 - July 14, 2023
Santa Fe, New Mexico
The WAFWA 2023 Summer Meeting will be July 9 - July 14, 2023 Read More

Desert Bighorn Council Workshop

April 11 - April 14, 2023
Alpine, Texas
The 57th meeting of the Desert Bighorn Council themed The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: successes, disease, and aoudad/predators, will be hosted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Read More

Recent News

2023 Conservation Trailblazer

November 23, 2022
Congratulations to Jim Heffelfinger for being named Dallas Safari Club's 2023 recipient of the Conservation Trailblazer Award. Read More

Request for Proposals

October 19, 2022
The NFWF is soliciting proposals for projects that enhance and improve the quality of state-identified, or tribal-identified, priority big game habitat, stopover areas, and migration corridors Read More

Western Native Trout Initiative

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Photo Credit: Tim Torell

Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool

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Pearl Lake, CO Photo Credit: Wayne D. Lewis

Sagebrush Conservation Initiative

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North-central Oregon. Photo Credit: Dan Meyers

Western Grasslands Initiative

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Burrowing Owl. Credit: Keith Kohl (ODFW)
Burrowing Owl

Wild Sheep Initiative

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Bighorn Sheep
Bighorn Sheep
Dr. Jennifer Psyllakis, WAFWA President

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Career Opportunities

Coordinator for California Fish Passage Forum -
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
Project Manager in Boise with PSMFC (Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission) - Boise, ID
Idaho Department of Fish and Game's Fish Habitat Program
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About Us

Representing Western Fish & Wildlife Agencies Since 1922 

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) represents 24 states and Canadian provinces, an area covering nearly 3.7 million square miles of some of North America’s most wild and scenic country, inhabited by over 1,500 premier wildlife species.

Since 1922, WAFWA’s goal has been to support sound resource management and build partnerships to conserve wildlife for the use and benefit of all citizens, now and in the future.

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WAFWA Business Office

PO Box 190150
Boise, Idaho 83719

Phone: (208) 331-9431
Email: wafwa.admin@wafwa.org

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