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Remote camera volunteers go wild

Remote camera volunteers go wild

Posted by ssmith at Aug 30, 2011 05:50 PM |
Filed under: Wildlife monitoring

Volunteers for Conservation Northwest’s wildlife monitoring projects are the driving force behind many of our wildlife discoveries.They venture deep into the wilderness to set up, operate, and maintain our cameras. Their work has resulted in the documentation and discovery of wildlife in many critical areas for wildlife connectivity. From wolves in the Cascades to potential wildlife crossings on I-90, our remote camera volunteers are bringing in the data and the photos!

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The majority welcomes home Washington's wolves

The majority welcomes home Washington's wolves

Posted by ssmith at Aug 22, 2011 01:50 PM |

Wolf supporters howled the loudest at the WDFW's August 4th meeting, which was held to discuss the state wolf plan. Most of Washington supports the return of wolves to our ecosystems, and the state needs to hear from you!

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Close encounter with a rare bear

Close encounter with a rare bear

Posted by ssmith at Jul 26, 2011 04:15 PM |

Creating history with bear bells and an iPhone: Joe Sebille recounts his historical grizzly bear sighting in the North Cascades.

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