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North Cascade grizzly bear restoration considered [1%]
The National Park Service is accepting public comment through March 26 on whether federal agencies should actively engage in grizzly bear recovery in ...
Federal agencies in Bellingham to talk about grizzly bear recovery efforts in North Cascades [1%]
Grizzly bears are in danger of becoming extinct in the North Cascades ecosystem, and national park and wildlife officials will be in Bellingham this week to ...
Road to recovery or bridge to nowhere? [1%]
Grizzly bears in the Cascades, both in Washington and BC, need our help to recover.
Recovery Planning Proposed for North Cascades Grizzly Bears [1%]
The National Park Service announced today a three-year process to assess impacts and a range of alternatives to determine whether grizzly bears should be ...
The Wolverine Way [1%]
A quick review of a fascinating new book on wolverines. Biologist and journalist Doug Chadwick tells the story of an animal marvelously designed for hunting in ...
Another wolf poaching in Washington [1%]
The Methow Valley News has reported that as of yesterday as many as four wolves in the Lookout Pack have now been poached. The most recent poaching is a ...
From Alaska to the North Cascades: It's #bearmonth! [1%]
Here in Bellingham, we share an office with a bear biologist, Chris Morgan, who sports not only seemingly unending knowledge and passion for the family ...
Grizzly bear thrills - and a transfusion [1%]
The PBS program Nature is showing three episodes this month featuring my friend Chris Morgan and the bears of Alaska. I’m thrilled for Chris and the success ...
I-90 Wildlife Corridor Campaign [1%]
The landscape in Washington's Central Cascades, spanning Snoqualmie Pass and bisected by Interstate 90, forms an important travel corridor for people, goods ...
Statement of Conservation Northwest on sentencing of Lookout Pack poachers [1%]
Bellingham - This morning, Judge Frem Nielsen, of the US District Court in Spokane, ruled on sentencing of the three members of the White family, of Twisp, for ...
Safe haven or ecological island? [1%]
For wildlife in the Cascades, things are getting smaller. What can we do to better connect Cascades habitat for wildlife like lynx, wolves, and grizzly bears?
Okanagan Nation Alliance Protecting Nearby Grizzlies at Risk [1%]
The grizzly bear has been declared at-risk and in need of protection by the Okanagan Nation Alliance (ONA) Chiefs Executive Council.
US Fish and Wildlife Service acknowledges wolverine face extinction [1%]
After years of wrangling, the US Fish and Wildlife Service determined today that wolverines warrant protection under the federal Endangered Species Act, but ...
Wildlife commission adopts wolf recovery plan [1%]
Conservation Northwest applauds the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission for approving a state conservation and management plan for the gray wolf.
Are grizzly bears back in Washington? [1%]
Biologist Scott Fitkin is interviewed on King 5 news about the recent confirmed grizzly bear sighting in the Cascades. Conservation Northwest works to protect ...
Bear experts confirm North Cascades bear was grizzly [1%]
“We welcome this confirmation that grizzly bears still roam the North Cascades,” said Joe Scott, Conservation Northwest’s director of international ...
Charges filed in wolf poaching case [1%]
A federal grand jury has indicted a Twisp, Wash., man for illegally killing two wolves near his property and trying to ship one of the pelts to Canada. The ...
Coming to Terms with Bears: A conversation with Chris Morgan [1%]
Reporter Liam Moriarty of KPLU sits down with conservation scientist Chris Morgan to chat about North Cascades bears and his new book and documentary, Bears of ...
Connelly: Has twilight come for America's wolves? [1%]
Joel Connelly of the Seattle P-I laments the recent removal of wolves from federal protection and the misconceived fear that has long followed these animals ...
Conserving working ranches topic of fundraiser [1%]
Coville-area rancher John Dawson is featured at a Spokane event to promote the virtues of working ranches.
Court: McKenna must appeal Okanogan PUD power line case [1%]
Maeyowa of People for Alternatives, Conservation & Education, said her group is watching closely. “Our hope is still that the PUD is going to come up with one ...
Debate over wolves unfolds in Pacific Northwest [1%]
There's plenty of room for wolves. The issue is: are humans going to let them come back to the landscape?" said Jasmine Minbashian, who manages the wolf ...
Delisting of wolves will not affect Methow pack [1%]
Ann McCreary reports on the status of Washington's wolves following delisting of Northern Rockies wolves. “Congress has never taken a specific action on any ...
Drivers encouraged to report wildlife on I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass [1%]
As of Nov. 4, 2010, drivers traveling over Interstate 90 Snoqualmie Pass are asked to report wildlife and roadkill sightings as part of the national “Give ...
Editorial: Wolf pack no surprise for many [1%]
People have reported wolf sightings in Kittitas County for years, but search in Kittitas County started with reports from citizens and state and federal agency ...
Feds start review of Northwest gray wolves [1%]
From the Methow Valley News: "We welcome a robust scientific review of wolves in the Pacific Northwest as long as it’s done well with scientific integrity and ...
Finding should be celebrated [1%]
A letter to the editor: "I couldn’t be happier to hear about the Teanaway wolf pack, and the presence of a lactating female."
First confirmed grizzly sighting in 15 years in North Cascades National Park [1%]
“Grizzly bears are considered an umbrella species, since they are wilderness-loving animals with large home ranges and need lots of roadless wild areas to ...
Grizzlies: no longer as elusive as sasquatch [1%]
The powerful predators are so rare in Washington - best estimates are fewer than 20 bears - that for years belief in the Cascade grizzly's existence has ...
Grizzly Bears Are Vanishing from North Cascades National Park [1%]
Biologists are on the trail of the rare North Cascades grizzly bear. “As more time goes by, you have to wonder what’s happening to the few bears we have ...
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