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Cascades wolverine population growing, expanding southward

Cascades wolverine population growing, expanding southward

Wolverine tracks in the upper Cle Elum River drainage come on the heels of wolverine photos captured last month by Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest biologist Aja Woodrow at remote camera locations further north in the Cle Elum River watershed and also nearby in the Teanaway River drainage, locations northeast of where the tracks were documented last week.

The latest on Citizen Wildlife Monitoring

The latest on Citizen Wildlife Monitoring

Our 2014 monitoring season has finally come to a close and our winter tracking and remote camera season has kicked off in the New Year! With major effort from our stellar volunteers and a little help from our AMAZING Washington wildlife, we had 22 teams out and about in the Cascades, Northeast Washington, and British Columbia monitoring for rare and recovering wildlife this past spring-fall season. We also currently have 50+ volunteers out on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass tracking wildlife moving along the highway. Stay tuned for more updates on our winter season!

BC announces wolf cull to protect endangered Selkirks caribou

BC announces wolf cull to protect endangered Selkirks caribou

This past week, the British Columbia government announced it will begin using helicopter sharpshooters to remove two wolf packs in southeast BC to protect endangered mountain caribou (also called woodland caribou). We generally do not support predator controls as a management tool except in rare and extreme cases.

Comments needed on motorized use in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Comments needed on motorized use in Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest

Proposed plan fails to address problem roads where the roadbed itself and motorized vehicle use contributes to impaired water quality, reduced fish and wildlife habitat, and diminished opportunities for quality non-motorized recreation including horseback riding, wildlife watching and hunting.

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The latest on Citizen Wildlife Monitoring

The latest on Citizen Wildlife Monitoring   Jan 21, 2015

Our 2014 monitoring season has finally come to a close and our winter tracking and remote camera season has kicked off in the New Year! With major effort from our stellar volunteers and a little help from our AMAZING Washington wildlife, we had 22 teams out and about in the Cascades, Northeast Washington, and British Columbia monitoring for rare and recovering wildlife this past spring-fall season. We also currently have 50+ volunteers out on I-90 Snoqualmie Pass tracking wildlife moving along the highway. Stay tuned for more updates on our winter season!

Okanagan Nation Alliance Deems Grizzly Bears At-Risk and Protected

Okanagan Nation Alliance Deems Grizzly Bears At-Risk and Protected   Jan 14, 2015

2015 got off to a great start for grizzly bears with the Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) Chiefs passing a resolution calling for protection and recovery of grizzlies, known as kiʔlawnaʔ in the nsyilxcen language.

Moving Past Wolf Propaganda and Poaching

Moving Past Wolf Propaganda and Poaching   Dec 11, 2014

In late October, a poacher killed the most important wolf in Washington.

Join us and become a bear benefactor!

Join us and become a bear benefactor!   Dec 02, 2014

Working with partners like the St'at'imc people and Chief Michelle, we can help preserve these threatened icons, and by helping grizzly bears we’re also protecting critical habitat and helping human communities thrive.

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