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Razor Clam Dig, May 13-20

Razor clam dig, Twin Harbors, Washington

Last year the final dig of the season was at the end of May, lasted only three days, and was at Twin Harbors only. This year, clam diggers hoping for a few late-season razor clam digs on Washington beaches will have plenty of options to consider. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) today approved eight days of digging, ... Read More »

Razor Clam Dig, Nov. 15-20

Razor Clams, Grayland Beaches

State fishery managers have approved the second of two evening razor-clam digs this month, this one running from Friday, Nov. 15, through Wednesday, Nov. 20, at various ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig after marine toxin tests showed the clams on those beaches are safe to eat. Dan Ayres, WDFW coastal shellfish manager, ... Read More »

Woodland Bottoms Birding Expedition, Nov. 16

Mallard ducks in water

Join the Willapa Hills Audubon Society this Saturday, Nov. 16, in a Woodland Bottoms birding expedition. “We expect to see waterfowl, cranes, and raptors on this trip to a predominately field and farmland area south of Longview in the bottoms between Woodland and the Columbia River,” said Stephen Glucroft of WHAS. Plan to leave Longview at 8:00 a.m. and return ... Read More »

WDFW tentatively schedules digs through December

Razor Clams, close-up

WDFW has tentatively scheduled three razor clam digs for December, including 15 total digging days in the month and a three-day New Year’s Eve dig at four coastal razor clam beaches. Dan Ayres, WDFW coastal shellfish manager, said final word on the first series of digs will be announced after marine-toxin test results confirm clams are safe to eat prior ... Read More »

October razor clam dig approved, November digs tentatively set

Razor Clams, Grayland Beaches

State shellfish managers have approved a six-day razor clam dig starting Oct. 17 and have scheduled tentative dates for additional openings in November. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the final October dig after marine toxin tests confirmed the clams are safe to eat. The dig runs from Oct. 17-22 and begins after noon each day on ... Read More »

Razor clam dig starting Friday, Oct. 4-8

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Clam diggers today got a green light to proceed with a five-day razor clam dig set to begin Friday (Oct. 4) on four ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the evening dig – the second of the fall season – after marine toxin tests showed that the clams on all four beaches are safe to ... Read More »

Fall razor clam season will open early at Twin Harbors

razor clams

OLYMPIA – Washington’s razor clam season will get off to an early start this year with an evening dig at Twin Harbors beach set for Sept. 19-23. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig after marine toxin tests confirmed the clams on those two beaches are safe to eat. Although the department is still developing the ... Read More »

Volunteers Needed for New Trail Project at Mount St. Helens

On a trail outside near the Ape Cave area of Mount St. Helens.

Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument in cooperation with volunteers from the Washington Trails Association  and the Mount St. Helens Institute, have nearly completed construction on a new trail near Ape Cave, and are seeking additional volunteers to participate in this exciting moment as they complete the final section of trail. Volunteers broke ground on this new trail on National ... Read More »

Free Fishing Barrier Dam Campground This Weekend

Barrier Dam Campground, Friends of the Cowlitz, Free Fishing

Kids 12 and under can wet a line and fish for FREE in the Friends of the Cowlitz trout pond at Barrier Dam Campground in Salkum this Labor Day weekend, August 31-Sept. 2. Last year, Emma, 9, of Centralia, pulled two trout from the water, assisted by local expert angler Jimmy Vann, of Salkum. “She was pretty hesitant with the ... Read More »

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