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September 2013

Conservation Connection September 2013

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In this issue:

  • Wildlife homecoming
  • Benefiting wolves
  • Fishers and murrelets
  • Volunteering for wildlife


Join Conservation Northwest staff at our annual auction and dinner!

Join Conservation Northwest staff at our annual auction and dinner!










Wildlife Homecoming this Wednesday

There is still time to register for our annual auction. Be part of the team as we cheer a wildlife homecoming for wolves, fishers, wolverines, and lynx. Live auction items include the experience of a lifetime: first-hand release of a fisher into the Cascades. Please call Julia, 1-800-878.9950 x 110, to reserve your last minute place at the table.






Join in a wildlife license plate contest benefitting Washington's wolves. One of this year's new Lookout pups could benefit.

Join in a wildlife license plate contest benefitting Washington's wolves. One of this year's new Lookout pups could benefit.





HLP WLVS and WIN PRZS

We need your help to pick new, personalized wildlife plates for Conservation Northwest vehicles. Beginning October 1, personalized plates (ours and yours) will help fund non-lethal tools for wolf recovery. Suggest an idea for our new plates, and win great gear! Then, order your own plates to help recover Washington's wolves.






 

 

2010 fisher release into the Olympics. You could be part of a 2014 fisher release into the Cascades! Photo: © Paul Bannick

2010 fisher release into the Olympics. You could be part of a 2014 fisher release into the Cascades!
Photo: © Paul Bannick

 


Good News for Washington's Wildlife

Fishers: Building off the historic effort on the Olympic Peninsula, the National Park Service is planning to reintroduce Pacific fishers to Mount Rainier and the North Cascades. They seek your comments on the process.

Murrelets: Thanks to diligent effort, top notch legal representation, and your support, protections will continue for threatened marbled murrelets. A federal district court has rejected a fourth attempt to open the Northwest seabird's critical old growth habitat to logging.



 

 

Fall is a great time to volunteer outside and take action for wildlife. Photo: Jen Watkins

Fall is a great time to volunteer outside and take action for wildlife.
Photo: Jen Watkins

 

 

 

 


Volunteering for Wildlife and Habitat

Statewide: Attend a listening session to let Washington's legislators know that you support funding for the I-90 project and wildlife bridges.

Eastside: Join our friends from the Colville National Forest on 9/21 for a work party at Ballpark Meadow near Le Clerc Creek outside Spokane.

Westside: Spend a day on 10/19 restoring habitat adjacent to Gold Creek near Snoqualmie Pass, removing invasives and recovering native plants.




 

 

 

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