Bucking the norm, juveniles are beating survival odds, and the reintroduction of fisher to Washington is looking strong. Research article originally published January 24th, 2022 – The Journal of Wildlife Management – The Wildlife Society Jeffrey C. Lewis | Kurt J. Jenkins | Patricia J. Happe | David J. Manson | Paul C. Griffin … Continued
News Category: Fishers
The National Park Service, WDFW, Conservation Northwest and other partners will be releasing 20 additional fishers from Canada to boost the local population.
This new family is an auspicious sign that reintroduced fishers are finding a good home in the North Cascades.
Cascades Fisher Reintroduction Project: Progress report for April 2019 to June 2020 prepared by the WDFW, National Park Service, Conservation Northwest and The Calgary Zoo.
Latest release marks culmination of multi-year partnership between state, federal and non-profit organizations to restore elusive mammal to Washington
State, federal and non-profit partners take next step to restore elusive mammal once considered extinct in Washington. Scroll down for more photos!
Recovery efforts in Washington state are progressing well with fishers now established in much of their historic range in the Cascade Mountains and Olympic Peninsula.
Six fishers were released today in North Cascades National Park as part of an effort to restore the species to Washington. This is the first release in the North Cascades.
Speak up for habitat, wildlife and sustainable outdoor recreation in the Green and White river watersheds before June 1st!
Olympia – Biologists have temporarily halted plans to reintroduce fishers to forests in Washington’s North Cascades using animals from British Columbia.