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February 2014

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Just in: $7500 reward offered for illegal wolf killing. Photo: Craig Monette

Just in: $7500 reward offered for illegal wolf killing.
Photo: Craig Monette




Range Riding Works for Wolves

Two years ago Conservation Northwest launched Washington's range riders as a tested way to help ranchers successfully live with wolves. "I took the job," says Teanaway's Bill Johnson, "to see what the wolves are really doing. I wanted to sort through the politics of the issue and get to the facts. I wanted firsthand knowledge." About Bill

[Range riding] ~ [Vanity plates help WA wolves]

Your easy monthly gift connects and protects Northwest habitat.

Your easy monthly gift connects and protects Northwest habitat.



Partnering for Wildlands and Wildlife

With monthly giving as a Wildland Partner, you can take big steps for Northwest wildlife. Says Wildland Partner Julie Carpenter, "I get a bit of relief knowing that, while I'm not able to stay on top of the many regional issues important to preserving the eco-health of the great Pacific Northwest, Conservation Northwest is doing just that!" Your "set it and forget it" giving is simple and efficient! Other partners

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American martens star in newest CNW monitoring report.

American martens star in newest CNW monitoring report.



A Great Wildlife Season

Since 2001 the Cascades Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project has marshaled citizen scientists to find rare and sensitive wildlife in Washington State. Each field season, their results paint a professional picture of the presence and patterns of Northwest animals on the move and help identify conservation priorities. The 2013 spring-fall field season report is out! Read the highlights

[Video] ~ [Coyote tracks, first of 2014!]

 



Cutting the ribbon for a new Lake Whatcom forest park. Photo: Paul Anderson

Cutting the ribbon for a new Lake Whatcom forest park.
Photo: Paul Anderson



New Park Builds Community

In January, 200 folks celebrated the birth of a new Lake Whatcom park. The 15-square-mile preserve protects clean water, room for recreation, and old-growth trees for marbeled murrelets. The opening event, cosponsored by Conservation Northwest, honored you and the many people who together made it happen. A new park

[Birds eye view]

 




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