For Immediate Release: Friday, May 27, 2022 Missoula, MT – The wolverine has regained candidate species status under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) following a Montana District Court decision late Thursday. The Court agreed with conservation groups that the wolverine is entitled to some ESA protections while the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) reconsiders … Continued
News Category: Wolverine
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
Filmed with support from Conservation Northwest and other partners, Finding Gulo features a movement to save the wolverine in the Cascades
Denial of Endangered Species Act protections ignored risks from climate change, habitat fragmentation
Wolverines deserve federal protection and the associated resources and recovery actions to ensure a future for wolverine in the Pacific Northwest.
Settlement orders U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to act following four years delay.
Conservation groups sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today for failing to protect wolverines under the Endangered Species Act.
With Earthjustice and other groups, today we announced intent to sue U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for failing to protect wolverines.
Climate change and genetic isolation threaten famously tough carnivore MISSOULA, Mont.— Describing the wolverine as a “snow-dependent species standing squarely in the path of global climate change,” a federal judge today overturned an August 2014 decision by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service refusing to grant this rare and elusive species any protection under the Endangered Species … Continued
Last week, we got some news that that made everyone in our office smile: Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) biologist Josh Zylstra and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest biologist Aja Woodrow found probable wolverine tracks just eight miles north of I-90. Not only is this the furthest south that wolverines have been documented in the North Cascades (the area from … Continued