Watch a short film that features a movement to save the wolverine in the Cascades, followed by Q&A with Cascades Wolverine Project You’re invited to join Conservation Northwest in a special virtual screening of Finding Gulo, a new 25-minute film from Cascades Wolverine Project produced by Wild Confluence and Wilder Studios with support from Conservation … Continued
News Category: Wildlife Monitoring
Filmed with support from Conservation Northwest and other partners, Finding Gulo features a movement to save the wolverine in the Cascades
Community Wildlife Monitoring Program reaches 15-year mark of snowtracking along I-90 corridor in 2020-2021
During the 2019-2020 snow tracking season, 50 volunteers documented beaver, bobcat, coyote, elk, otters and more along the I-90 wildlife corridor.
A talk on volunteer-powered wildlife conservation programs with Conservation Northwest and the Woodland Park Zoo on February 20 in Issaquah.
During the 2018 season our volunteers documented fishers, wolverines, wildlife crossing I-90 and more.
The 2017 field season report from our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project is now available!
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Full report and summary of 2016 monitoring season
Two wolverines in new areas of the Cascades, a fisher in the South Cascades, and another wolf among highlights from project in 2016