Stories, History and Memories. a Sampling

Here’s a sampling of material available to members of ARFWE on its private website and quarterly newsletter. Read, enjoy, and JOIN by clicking here.

The Day the Mountain Blew.

A short narrative written by Bruce Crawford about where he was the day Mt. St. Helens blew.

When Does the Ferry Leave?

Learning the ropes of being a Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officer takes time. Bill Hebner shares one of his defining early experiences.

Preserve Protect and Perpetuate, A History of Washington State Fish and Wildlife Management.

Bruce Crawford recently authored and published a book on the history of fish and wildlife management in Washington State. It is available for $20.00 per book to cover printing costs. Send your request along with your mailing address and personal check made out to:

Bluefish Publications

2395 Burk Road

Blaine, WA 98230

Fifty Years of Fur, Feathers and Fins-Stories of a Wildlife biologist’s Life written by E. Reade Brown, A Review by Fay Bronson