WWO News Flash:
- Living with Livestock and Wolves: Tools for Coexistence Read More →
- Bear Smart King County Gets Underway Read More →
- UPDATE: North Cascades Ecosystem Grizzly Bear Recovery EIS Process Read More →
- The Secret Life of Mountain Lions: Watch Now Read More →
- Become A Citizen Scientist and Report River Otter Sightings Read More →
- Time: All Public Comment Meetings are from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Read More →
- When: January 26, 2017
- Time: 4:00 pm -5:30 pm Read More →
- When: November 10, 2016
- Time: 4 PM Read More →
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News and notes
Elk Hoof Rot: Could Healthy Predator Populations Help?
posted Oct 17, 2016
Chronic wasting disease and hoof rot are two fatal diseases plaguing ungulate populations across the continent. At least one study suggests that wolves may play an important role in helping to control against disease propagation in their selected prey species. …
Grizzly Bear Captured, Collared in Washington!
posted Oct 06, 2016
From: Cabinet-Yaak and Selkirk Mountains Grizzly Bear Ecosystems Update 10/3/2016 Wayne Kasworm,US Fish and Wildlife Service,385 Fish Hatchery Road, Libby, MT 59923 (406) 293-4161 ext 205 email@example.com http://www.fws.gov/mountain-prairie/species/mammals/grizzly/cabinetarchive.html Selkirk Mountains Research Captures For the first time in more than 30 …
Gray Wolf Photographed in Mount Spokane State Park Leads to WWO Citizen Science Program Expansion
posted Aug 10, 2016
Inside a State Park in Washington history is being made, as WWO’s Citizen Science team undertakes to photograph, film and track gray wolves who have been moving through the Park. Project Coordinator and Citizen Scientist volunteer, Hank Seipp, recently captured …
Click on the Go Fund Me image, watch WWO’s new video on our wolf tracking work around Spokane, Washington and donate to our new citizen science project led by WWO Project Coordinator and Wolf Tracker, Hank Seipp.
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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