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December 2013

Conservation Connection December 2013

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In this issue:

  • Speak up for lynx
  • Get personal for wolves
  • What makes us tick


By Dec 26, take action for lynx. Photo: Wikipedia

By Dec 26, take action for lynx.
Photo: Wikipedia










Speak Up for Kettle Range Lynx

The Kettle River Range of northeast Washington forms a habitat bridge for lynx from the North Cascades to the Rockies. It's a landscape recognized as essential to lynx recovery. Washington's lynx need your help! Take action by Dec. 26, urging protection of vital lynx habitat. Help ensure a happy winter solstice for Washington's lynx.






Recovery is ongoing for Cascades wolves. Photo: © Craig Monette

Recovery is ongoing for Cascades wolves.
Photo: © Craig Monette





Get Personal for Wolves

This year, with Conservation Northwest you helped secure funding for wolf recovery and conflict management through personalized license plates. Now, get your own wildlife-friendly plates. Support proven methods - from range riding to carcass removal programs - that reduce conflicts with large carnivores.






 

 

From all of us at Conservation Northwest, happy holidays! Click to embiggen. Photo: Paul Bannick

From all of us at Conservation Northwest, happy holidays!
Photo: Paul Bannick

 


What Makes Us Tick

As people who love wild nature, what makes us tick? Read the latest edition of our newsletter, including the stories, experiences, and perspectives of your Conservation Northwest staff. And please remember wildlife and wildlands in your end-of-year giving! Thank you for another passionate year keeping the Northwest wild.



 

 

 

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