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Cascades Citizens Wildlife Monitoring Project Winter Season

Cascades Citizens Wildlife Monitoring Project Winter Season

Join Conservation Northwest, the Wilderness Awareness School, and the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition for this winter’s field season monitoring wildlife in the Cascades at Snoqualmie Pass!

Conservation groups push for wolverine protection

Conservation groups push for wolverine protection

"The remote, rugged, and snowy North Cascades are ideal wolverine habitat,” said Dave Werntz, Science and Conservation Director with Conservation Northwest. “Protection under the Endangered Species Act will help our wolverine population survive an uncertain future with a warming climate, shrinking snowpack, and increasingly fragmented habitat.”

Speak up for Washington’s wolves in Lynnwood on Oct. 14

Speak up for Washington’s wolves in Lynnwood on Oct. 14

This coming Tuesday, October 14th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. WDFW will host a public meeting on wolf management in Room 1EF of the Lynnwood Convention Center.

Fisher Recovery Proposed for Mount Rainier, North Cascades

Fisher Recovery Proposed for Mount Rainier, North Cascades

Public comment on the restoration plan is open through October 15th. Please show your support for recovering fishers in the Cascades by submitting a comment below!

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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.

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.

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