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Healthy places foster healthy people and wildlife. Here are a few fun wildlife and wild lands resources for children and families!

kids-at-creek.jpgAnimals need places to live and nest, and people need places to work and play. Ensuring that these opportunities remain comes down to working together as family, through our connections to one another, our coworkers, our community, our extended family, and our children.

Conservation Northwest partners with local communities to find practical and inclusive solutions that make sense for forests, wildlife, and people. 

We protect wildlife and connect wild lands with children and families in mind, thinking ahead to a healthy and “wild” future for both current and future generations.

In the Northwest we’re lucky to have inherited wild forests, diverse wildlife, clear water, and clean air. Past and present generations have worked hard to protect the lands they love. At Conservation Northwest, we believe in handing down this living legacy of butterflies and bears from the Washington Coast to the B.C. Rockies.

A few resources for families:

Discover the forest

Check out this cool website for fun outdoor activities kids will love!

Live webcams

Anything might happen, if you give it time: See animals in action!

Name that fish

Test yourself on the mystery fish page

Coloring pages for kids

wolf artGrizzly Bear coloring book page (PDF, 309 KB)

Wolf coloring book page (PDF, 3.26MB)

Fisher, eagle, salmon coloring book pages (PDF 1.57Mb)
by Bellingham artist Jeffrey Meyer

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