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

Cascades Wolverine Project update—it’s time to wolverine!

The Cascades Wolverine Project is gearing up for another winter field season and they need your help! By David Moskowitz, Stephanie Williams, and Drew Lovell, Cascades Wolverine Project *Editor’s Note: Conservation Northwest is proud to be a partner and sponsor of the Cascades Wolverine Project, a grassroots effort to support wolverine research and recovery in … Continued

2020 winter update from the Cascades Wolverine Project

New detections and track observations are strong progress for wolverine research in the North Cascades. PHOTOS AND TEXT BY DAVID MOSKOWITZ, CASCADES WOLVERINE PROJECT *Editor’s Note: David is a longtime Conservation Northwest colleague and contractor, including advising our Community Wildlife Monitoring Project. Conservation Northwest is proud to be a partner and sponsor of the Cascades … Continued

Fisher reintroduction meets project goals thanks to your support

Thanks to an 18-year collaboration initiated by Conservation Northwest, and the support of our members, donors and US, Canadian and Indigenous allies, fishers are back in Washington! By Dave Werntz, Science and Conservation Director Despite heavy snow yesterday, our staff and agency partners reached a goal that we’ve been working towards for nearly two decades: … Continued

Climate Change and Wildlife

Land conservation is even more essential and urgent in a time of rapidly changing climate. By Reed Noss, for Conservation Northwest As a conservation biologist I am continually frustrated by all the attention given to climate change by the media and politicians. After all, biological scientists almost unanimously agree that the greatest proximal threat to … Continued