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Priority Habitats and Species

The Priority Habitats and Species (PHS) Program fulfills one of the most fundamental responsibilities of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- to provide comprehensive information on important fish, wildlife, and habitat resources in Washington. The PHS Program is the main purveyor of WDFW's proactive approach to the conservation of fish and wildlife. This centralized information source is used by local governments, state and federal agencies, private landowners, consultants, and tribal biologists for land use planning purposes. PHS also provides a newsletter, “Fish and Wildlife Planner”, for planners, land managers, and other professionals. 

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