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March 2012

Conservation Connection March 2012

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In this issue:

  • For the Wild Things
  • Bears and wolves
  • Cascades wildlifee
  • Get stuff, help wildlife


Get the scoop on Mitch. Photo: B. Benschneider/Seattle Times

Get the scoop on Mitch.
Photo: B. Benschneider/Seattle Times










Front Cover Feature, For the Wild Things

Executive Director Mitch Friedman and the related successes of Conservation Northwest were featured in a recent cover story of Seattle Times' Pacific Northwest Magazine, "For the Wild Things." You have been a partner in decades of success: Thank you!






Help Cascades grizzly bears with your Facebook vote. Photo: BC Ministry Env remote camera

Help Cascades grizzly bears with your Facebook vote.
Photo: BC Ministry Env remote camera





We See Bears and Wolves in Your Future

Grizzly bears - Vote for Conservation Northwest to win a $3,000 grant to find and protect the "ghost bears" of the Cascades. It's free and easy! Visit SeeTheWild's Facebook photo album and click Like on the bear photo. Competition is getting stiff, please share widely.

Wolves - BBC and the Discovery Channel have teamed up to create an epic two-part documentary on the return of wolves to our very own Cascades, and Conservation Northwest's Jasmine Minbashian features prominently in the film. "Land of the Lost Wolves" airs first in the UK. This fascinating, adventure-based film comes to the US this summer on the Discovery Channel. We can hardly wait and will let you know the date as soon as we know it ourselves.






 

 

Citizen scientists catch Teanaway elk on camera. Photo: Conservation NW remote camera

Citizen scientists catch Teanaway elk on camera.
Photo: Conservation NW remote camera

 


Cascades Wildlife Get a Move On

Your help gets boots on the ground for animals through our citizen wildlife monitoring program – thank you! See our new photos and read the report.

Our state's first-ever wildlife bridge has just won critical funding. Together, we're helping provide safe passage in an essential travel corridor and giving Cascades wildlife a new lease on life.



 

 

Are you an early bird? Attend our Hope for a Wild Future auction. Photo: Kaylyn Messer

Are you an early bird? Attend our Hope for a Wild Future auction.
Photo: Kaylyn Messer

 

 

 

 


Gear and gifts for Coast to Rockies Wildlife

Join us on May 9 at Herban Feast's Sodo Park, Seattle, for our 9th annual Hope for a Wild Future auction. Early registration ends April 6.

Shop at REI and invest in a wild future. Anxious to spend your REI dividend? Use our special referral link to shop online, and 5% of your purchase goes straight to protecting the places you love. It's a simple way to not only get out and enjoy the natural world but also to protect it.




 

 

 

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