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Washington Revised Code Title 77. Fish and Wildlife § 77.32.560. Watchable wildlife decals

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(1) The department may sell watchable wildlife decals.  Proceeds from the sale of the decal must be deposited into the limited fish and wildlife account created in RCW 77.12.170(1) and must be dedicated to the support of the department's watchable wildlife activities.  The department may also use proceeds from the sale of the decal for marketing the decal and for marketing watchable wildlife activities in the state.

(2) The term “watchable wildlife activities” includes but is not limited to:  Initiating partnerships with communities to jointly develop watchable wildlife projects, building infrastructure to serve wildlife viewers, assisting and training communities in conducting wildlife watching events, developing destination wildlife viewing corridors and trails, tours, maps, brochures, and travel aides, and offering grants to assist rural communities in identifying key wildlife attractions and ways to protect and promote them.

(3) The commission must adopt by rule the cost of the watchable wildlife decal.  A person may, at their discretion, contribute more than the cost as set by the commission by rule for the watchable wildlife decal in order to support watchable wildlife activities.

Cite this article: - Washington Revised Code Title 77. Fish and Wildlife § 77.32.560. Watchable wildlife decals - last updated April 06, 2022 |

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