Diverse animal species make our region rich and vibrant. And thriving wildlife populations signal healthy forests, grasslands and watersheds.
As we work to protect Northwest wildlands and to connect core habitats and large landscapes, we also champion the return of key animal species while building greater social tolerance to safeguard their long-term recovery.
We also work with government agencies to restore threatened species, including partnering to reintroduce fishers to Washington as well as serving on our state’s Wolf Advisory Group and Wildlife Diversity Advisory Council. And in some cases we seek accountable implementation of laws that safeguard imperiled species. Our wildlife advocacy and Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project are at the core of our work for a wilder Northwest.