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Conservationists Seek Habitat Protections for Canada Lynx in Washington and Oregon

Conservationists Seek Habitat Protections for Canada Lynx in Washington and Oregon

The Western Environmental Law Center, representing Conservation Northwest and others, filed suit against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in federal court under the Endangered Species Act for inadequately protecting Canada lynx habitat, a threatened species.

Conservation Groups Offer $15,000 Reward After Endangered Wolf Killed in Washington

Conservation Groups Offer $15,000 Reward After Endangered Wolf Killed in Washington

Conservation Groups Offer $15,000 Reward After Endangered Wolf Killed in Washington. Teanaway wolf shot was the pack's breeding female.

Range riding and howling with Washington wolves

Range riding and howling with Washington wolves

This past summer, one of our ranching partners called us to see if we could lend some hands for a few days. A wolf pack had set up a rendezvous site near where the rancher was planning to move his herd in preparation for bringing them down for the end of the grazing season. The rancher was hopeful some extra human presence would give the range rider a break and might help prevent any conflicts.

USFWS Investigating Dead Wolf in the Teanaway

USFWS Investigating Dead Wolf in the Teanaway

A mature female wolf was found dead this week within the territory of the Teanaway Pack northeast of Cle Elum. Because wolves remain federally listed as Endangered in Washington’s Cascades, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agents are investigating the incident.

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Range riding and howling with Washington wolves

Range riding and howling with Washington wolves   Nov 11, 2014

This past summer, one of our ranching partners called us to see if we could lend some hands for a few days. A wolf pack had set up a rendezvous site near where the rancher was planning to move his herd in preparation for bringing them down for the end of the grazing season. The rancher was hopeful some extra human presence would give the range rider a break and might help prevent any conflicts.

 Volunteers give Gold Creek a face-lift

Volunteers give Gold Creek a face-lift   Nov 06, 2014

Armed with shovels, spades and willow shoots, Conservation Northwest and Forest Service volunteers are improving habitat near Snoqualmie Pass.

10 things more likely to kill you outside than a grizzly bear

10 things more likely to kill you outside than a grizzly bear   Oct 08, 2014

Instead of worrying about a mauling, here are ten things that are more likely to kill you than a grizzly bear.

Supporters, staff visit Snoqualmie Pass project area

Supporters, staff visit Snoqualmie Pass project area   Oct 03, 2014

Supporters joined us on a fieldtrip to the Snoqualmie Pass area to learn more about our work to protect, connect and restore habitat in the I-90 corridor.

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