Our favorite wildlife monitoring photos from 2020

Our favorite wildlife monitoring photos from 2020

Fishers and wolves and lynx, oh my! Check out our top photos from this year’s Community Wildlife Monitoring Project field season. By Laurel Baum, Community Wildlife Monitoring Project Coordinator Can you believe 2020 marks the 15th year of our Community Wildlife Monitoring Project (CWMP)? From beginning as the Rare Carnivore Remote Camera Project, which we … Continued

Conservation Northwest volunteer awarded by the National Wildlife Federation

Manoj Sarathy was selected as the 2020 National Conservation Young Leader for his work using computer science to improve wildlife monitoring projects. By Keiko Betcher, Communications and Outreach Associate This year, the National Wildlife Federation’s National Conservation Young Leader Award will go to an important member of our Conservation Northwest community. We’re proud to congratulate … Continued

Our favorite wildlife monitoring photos from 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year—our favorite wildlife monitoring photos of 2019 are finally here! By Laurel Baum, Citizen wildlife Monitoring Project Coordinator We’ve been monitoring wildlife in remote areas of Washington state for 14 years now, and every time we check our cameras, it seems as though things are getting more and … Continued

2019 season update from the Cascades Wolverine Project

Captivating wildlife photos are a strong start to the winter season for our partners at the Cascades Wolverine Project. Photos and text by david moskowitz, cascades wolverine project *Editor’s Note: David is a longtime Conservation Northwest colleague and contractor, including advising our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project. Conservation Northwest is proud to be a partner and … Continued

Looking for Patterns

A day in the field with a Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project snow tracking team. by Keiko betcher, communications and outreach associate On most occasions, sitting in North Bend’s Safeway parking lot at 7:30 a.m. wouldn’t be a cause for excitement. But on a recent January morning, it was. I was going snow tracking. Of course, … Continued

Our favorite wildlife monitoring photos from 2018

From elusive wolverines to fishers and cougars, we compiled some of our favorite photos from the past year of the Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project. By Laurel Baum, Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project Coordinator Often times, humans and wildlife seem so separate from one another. Our concepts of life are completely different—for wildlife, it’s survival and reproduction. … Continued

Winter wildlife tracking season underway

By Laurel Baum, Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project Coordinator Winter is here in the Cascade Mountains and our Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project volunteer teams are out documenting wildlife along Interstate 90! In addition to our annual remote camera field season, which typically runs from spring through fall with some sites operating through the winter, we conduct … Continued