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Wolverines photographed in the Teanaway

Wolverines photographed in the Teanaway

Posted by Chase Gunnell at May 14, 2015 02:55 PM |

The Central Cascade Wolverine Study, a partnership between WSDOT and USFS, recently captured some stunning photographs of wolverines in the Central Cascades this spring.

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Hope for a wild Earth

Hope for a wild Earth

Posted by Chase Gunnell at Apr 22, 2015 03:10 PM |
Filed under: Wolverine

When we think about the future of our planet on this Earth Day, things can seem grim, especially for wildlife. But here in the Pacific Northwest, together we're working for a wild future.

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Quest to find the elusive wolverine!

Quest to find the elusive wolverine!

Our fabulous British intern Hannah Field shares her recent expedition to Washington's South Cascades to set up a wolverine camera trap with our volunteer coordinator Alison Huyett and Conservation Northwest volunteer Mike Hitchner.

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Wild Christmas for wolverines

Wild Christmas for wolverines

Posted by bchristensen at Jan 07, 2013 04:05 PM |
Filed under: Wolverine wolverine

Scott Fitkin, wildlife biologist with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Service got an early present on Christmas Eve. Approaching the sprung box trap made of massive logs in the Twisp River watershed probably made him feel like a kid sneaking up on his pile of presents under the tree, because he knew that, inside, there was some kind of animal...

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Wolverine's Teanaway glissade

Wolverine's Teanaway glissade

Backcountry skiers enjoy many things we desk-bound folks do not, including a wolverine on snow! This weekend, while Randy Busch and his friends were skiing near the headwaters of the North Fork Teanaway River on the eastern flanks of Fortune Creek they observed a wolverine in action. "I watched as it glissaded on his back (while also doing cartwheels) down from a ridge maybe 200' vertical feet then kept going by me out of sight where my two friends were ascending. Upon almost running into them, he shot back up the hill within 30' of me then took off in the opposite direction which is when I finally took a picture."

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