gOLDEN DOE Wildlife Area
The Golden Doe Wildlife Area was acquired for mule deer winter range and the biodiversity of its large riparian areas on the Methow River. The area is home to a wide variey of wildlife creating a great recreational area to hunt, fish and view wildlife.
This remarkable 2,228-acre natural area includes large riparian areas on the Methow River dominated by bitterbrush and buchgrasses.
The Golden Doe Wildlife Area offers opportunities to view a variety of wildlife including mule deer, black bear, cougar, moose and a variety of birds.
The Golden Doe unit is located about 5 miles south of Twisp in Okanogan County. The unit can be accessed from a small road that crosses over Alder Creek off of Old Twisp-Carlton Highway.
The Golden Doe Wildlife Area lies within Methow River watershed made up of large riparian areas on the river creating great wildlife viewing.
Discovery Pass Required