Update on I-90 Wildlife Crossings

Update on I-90 Wildlife Crossings

From elk and coyotes to otters and porcupines, wildlife undercrossings and a new overcrossing are providing safe passage for thousands of animals on I-90. By Laurel Baum, Central Cascades Conservation Associate If you’ve driven I-90 over Snoqualmie Pass in the last year, you’ve likely noticed the large wildlife overpass near the east end of Keechelus … 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

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