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News and notes
Polling shows 80% support for restoring North Cascades grizzly bear
posted Jun 06, 2016
New partnership of conservation, business and other groups back the return of a missing Northwest icon SEATTLE – A strong majority of Washington voters support efforts to restore grizzly bears in the North Cascades, according to a …
Dogs as Wolves: What Your Pet Dog Can Teach You
posted May 22, 2016
Canis lupus familiaris chasing / retrieving prey (frisbee) Carnivores: Animals in the taxonomic order “Carnivora”. Main physical traits shared by all terrestrial carnivores include a large brain, large, strong, canine teeth and, in many, strong, prominent claws. On the taxonomic …
Western Wildlife Outreach/WDFW Bear Release
posted May 06, 2016
This week Western Wildlife Outreach’s staff accompanied the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers and the Karelian Bear Dog Team into the field to release four black bear cubs that had been preparing for this day for the …
New Featured Videos:
Chris Morgan’s New Video Short
North Cascades Grizzly Bears are on the brink of disappearing…the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are examining ways to recover the population. It will not happen overnight. Watch this video short by WWO Founder, Chris Morgan, as he takes a look at the problem.
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