WDFW - Watchable Wildlife Decal

Linda Adams dwtg-x2in at spamex.com
Thu May 20 05:50:47 PDT 2004

I went to McLendon's hardware yesterday.  The lady at the counter did not
know about the program either, so I had an opportunity to explain it (a
little birding PR), and when she entered my driver's licence # (I did not
have a problem giving to them last year) it popped up on the list of options
for purchase.  She asked no further questions, as I am in the database, and
out of the printer popped the parking sticker.  I will give the state a week
or so to send me the rest of the stuff, and if I don't get it in the mail by
then I'll give them a call.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <fremontinn2 at comcast.net>
To: <Georgia.Conti at Seattle.Gov>
Cc: "Georgia Conti" <Georgia.Conti at Seattle.Gov>;
<tweeters at u.washington.edu>; <hawlefjh at dfw.wa.gov>
Sent: Wednesday, May 19, 2004 1:19 PM
Subject: Re: WDFW - Watchable Wildlife Decal

> Unfortunately, I went to a Fred Meyer (Aurora Ave. store in Shoreline) on
Monday and they didn't know anything about the program/decal even though
they sell hunting and fishing licenses.  This is where I have always
purchased my parking permits (by whatever name they went by that year).  :
(   It's always tough to implement new programs, and even tougher when they
change every year and every governmental agency has their own.
> Bruce Jones
> Shoreline, WA
> > In case anyone else has been waiting to purchase a Watchable Wildlife
> > Decal (which includes the yellow peel-off permit required to park at
> > state-owned lands) via the Internet, I successfully did so today.
> >
> > If you'll recall a note from Rachel Lawson on 3/25/04, this program
> > replaces the Conservation Patron Donation.
> >
> > For $30, participants receive a decal, Vehicle Use Permit (VUP), a
> > removable/transportable hanger for displaying the VUP on a rearview
> > mirror, some educational materials, and a DFW periodical.  The website
> > is:  www.fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov.  If you don't want to do this online, you
> > can do so by telephone (1-866-346-9453), or from any one of the more
> > than 560 authorized dealers selling hunting and fishing licenses
> > (http://wdfw.wa.gov/lic/vendors/vendors.htm).
> >
> > Aimed at wildlife watchers, this is a way for us birders to demonstrate
> > our numbers and show some of our economic benefit to at least the state
> > government and public.  I, for one, look forward to seeing data re this
> > program in the department's routine reports.
> >
> > Please note, I was NOT asked for a social security number when I
> > ordered my decal online
> >
> > Georgia Conti
> > Seattle
> > Antep9 at aol.com
> >

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