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  • Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee Turns its Attention to the North Cascades
    posted Feb 18, 2015

    photo credit, Lorna and Darrell Smith At the IGBC’s 2014 summer meeting in Winthrop, WA, the IGBC discussed plans to develop an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to explore alternatives to restore grizzlies in the North Cascades. FWS grizzly bear recovery …

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  • Warm Weather Wakes Bears
    posted Feb 17, 2015

    By Lorna Smith, WWO Executive Director Daffodils are blooming and black bears are emerging from their dens unseasonably early. Lorna Smith, Executive Director at Western Wildlife Outreach, wants to remind Northwest  residents and recreationalists  to be “bear aware”. Spring weather …

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  • Be Coyote Wise
    posted Feb 03, 2015

    Reprinted thanks to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife “Crossing Paths” Newsletter.   It’s good to be wise about wildlife year round to avoid problems, but it’s especially important at this time of year to be “coyote wise”. Coyotes, which …

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