We were disheartened to hear the news of a dead young grizzly bear found on a Whatcom County beach last week. Wildlife officials are investigating the bear’s origins, which must certainly be far distant from the Cherry Point beach on which it washed up. The spot is 50 miles from the wildlands of the North … Continued
News Category: North Cascades
This new family is an auspicious sign that reintroduced fishers are finding a good home in the North Cascades.
On April 3rd at 7:00 p.m., join us, The North Cascades Institute, Village Books and Mountaineers Books for a fascinating conversation about bears, featuring our International Programs Director Joe Scott!
We recently coordinated the following letter from several conservation groups to Members of Congress, urging for their continued commitment toward grizzly bear recovery in the North Cascades.
We have been supporters of the Okanogan Wenatchee Restoration Strategy and while the scale of the proposed action appears appropriate, we had difficulty finding clear links between the results of the landscape evaluations, the proposed actions, and the effects analysis.
WILD NW #310: Send a message to the Forest Service by Friday, December 18 to stop plans to unnecessarily cut large, fire resilient trees and degrade wildlife habitat in the Twisp River watershed.
Send your Members of Congress a message saying you support grizzly recovery in the North Cascades guided by science and community input.
Despite public support and scientific recommendation, Trump Administration’s Secretary of the Interior stops work on North Cascades grizzly restoration study.
“Yet the threat of mining still hangs over the transboundary Skagit Watershed, and the orcas, salmon, tribes and local communities that depend on its clean water,”
We submitted the following comments during the reopened public scoping period for the Draft North Cascades Grizzly Bear Restoration Plan.