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Wolves and ranches can coexist

Wolves and ranches can coexist

The goal for all of us is to find ways to coexist, so we can have healthy wolves and wild ecosystems right along with successful ranches and healthy agricultural production. That goal is achievable in our region, but will take people working diligently together to see it realized. Conservation Northwest wants to help.

25 Million Acres Designated Protected Critical Habitat for Lynx

25 Million Acres Designated Protected Critical Habitat for Lynx

Conservation groups are troubled by some of the areas left out of the designation. The Kettle Range in northeast Washington, for example, has vast tracts of quality habitat and a long, continuous record of lynx presence, including a sighting in July.

The Wilderness Act at Fifty

The Wilderness Act at Fifty

Pondering the significance of the Wilderness Act as it turns fifty, what I did Google is the definition of “untrammeled”. This word, the standard by which we manage some of our last best wild places, means “not deprived of freedom of action or expression; not restricted or hampered.”

Aug. 29th Update on Huckleberry Pack

Aug. 29th Update on Huckleberry Pack

As the Huckleberry Wolf Pack situation continues to evolve, Conservation Northwest has been in regular communication with the office of Governor Jay Inslee, our elected leaders in the state legislature and Department of Fish and Wildlife officials. We have also been receiving direct updates from agency specialists and independent wolf experts working on the ground at the incident site in Stevens County.

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The Wilderness Act at Fifty

The Wilderness Act at Fifty   Sep 03, 2014

Pondering the significance of the Wilderness Act as it turns fifty, what I did Google is the definition of “untrammeled”. This word, the standard by which we manage some of our last best wild places, means “not deprived of freedom of action or expression; not restricted or hampered.”

Tips for Hiking in Wolf Country

Tips for Hiking in Wolf Country   Aug 01, 2014

As wolves continue to recolonize their native range in the Pacific Northwest, hikers, campers and backpackers should take comfort that while usual wildlife precautions are recommended, these wild canines pose very little threat to humans.

Washington Wildfires Information and Resources

Washington Wildfires Information and Resources   Jul 23, 2014

As fires continue to rage across parts of our state’s eastern half, we felt it would be helpful to distribute some official resources to keep our members and supporters informed about the locations and dangers from these wildfires, and the latest updates on evacuation notices and recovery efforts.

I-90 Wildlife Crossing Animal GIFs!

I-90 Wildlife Crossing Animal GIFs!   Jul 11, 2014

Awesome animal GIFs from WSDOT and the I-90 Wildlife Bridge Coalition. Check out these deer, coyotes, geese and ducks using the new wildlife undercrossing!

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