Our Activities 

Our Activities

We are a group of local residents concerned with our natural environment around us. We are maintaining this environment for future generations enjoyment. Through working with fellow conservation groups and attending various planing meeting advice is continuously being presented to both State and Federal agencies.

Our advice has a great deal bearing on Fish and Game quotas and times.

Through out the year in addition to our monthly meetings we participate in Tree Planting and Restoration Projects, The Klineline Kids fishing day for both Handicapped and first time fishermen, The Lake Merwin fishing day providing the equipment and help for these great kids, and helping with the projects at the Richfield Wildlife Refuge.

If you would like to enjoy some great satisfaction from helping others interested in our Great Northwest and what it holds for us please join our group.


Join us for the Annual Youth Pheasant Hunt at Vancouver Lake. A valid hunting license and hunter safety card is required. Hunters must be age 15 and under and accompanied by an adult at least 18 years or older. Hunters must shoot steel shot only and wear 400 inches of blaze orange above the wase. Hunting dogs and guides are provided at your convenience. This event is put on by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and by the volunteer efforts of such groups as the Vancouver Wildlife League. We will have free hot coffee, donuts, and hot dogs for all who come. Location is on La Frambois Rd. near the Vancouver Lake boat launch site. The second location is on the Lower River Road, past Frenchman's Bar, near Caterpillar Island. This is a great event and we look forward to seeing you there!


 Senior Pheasant Hunt (65 years of age and older) at Vancouver Lake.

must us steel shot and have hunter ED card and 800 square inchs of blazed orange vest

Kilineline Kids     2023

Photos by       Mike McDonald