Grant County has some of the most scenic and pristine vistas, hiking trails and outdoor recreational opportunities in Washington State. Grant County is known for its varied landscape of a high desert plateau with coulees, lakes, reservoirs, sand dunes, canals, rivers, creeks, and other waterways. These diverse ecosystems support a remarkable variety of fish and wildlife species that contribute to the economic, recreational and cultural life of the County.
For those who love watchable wildlife in Grant County you’ll find an abundance of Birds of Prey, Shorebirds, Songbirds, Upland Birds, Wading Birds, and Waterfowl. Grant County mammals include Deer and other Small Mammals. Additionally you find Butterflies, Reptiles/Amphibians, and Desert Plants and Wildflowers.