Chris Morgan Live at Mount Baker Theater in Bellingham

Posted By Lorna Smith, WWO Executive Director Are you planning to be in Bellingham in February? You should! Join Western Wildlife Outreach Founder, PBS & BBC TV host and narrator Chris Morgan for an afternoon of adventure, fun, and fascination! …

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GBOP is now WWO

We are very excited to announce that the Grizzly Bear Outreach Project has changed its name to Western Wildlife Outreach (WWO). The new name is a reflection of the expansion of our human and carnivore coexistence programs to include four …

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Of Wolves and Men

When Barry Lopez wrote his classic tome, Of Wolves and Men, over twenty five years ago,  the understanding of wolf biology and ecology at that time was far less informed than it is today.  Now, we know about ecological principles …

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Huckleberries Ripe for the Picking; But Be “Bear Aware”

By Rose Oliver, GBOP North Cascades The mountain huckleberries are just starting to ripen in the alpine elevations of the North Cascades and the hiking conditions are perfect. It’s time to put on those hiking boots and check out what …

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Climate Change, Wildfires and Wildlife

The Summer of 2012 is likely to go down in history as one of the worst years for fires across the American West.  As I write this there are major fires burning in Idaho and eastern Washington.  Some have affected …

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Of Grizzlies and Roads

Today, in an early release,  the Journal of Applied Ecology  gave us a preview of the results of recent study conducted by a team of biologists in western Alberta, Canada. For the first time,  they were able to record and document …

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Have a Bear Safe Summer

Most of us love watching bears, up to a certain point. We love to watch the cute black bear cubs who visit our fruit orchard and forage for the fallen fruit.  We laugh watching the antics of the young bear …

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8th Wolf Pack Confirmed in Washington State

Many of Washington’s residents are thrilled to see that our native gray wolf population is showing signs of recovering and expanding their range. For the most part, it has been a peaceful return and the wolves are finding natural prey …

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Coming Wednesday, July 18, 8 pm, Part 2 of the Chris Morgan Odyssey, “Bears of the Last Frontier”

Part 2 of 3 of  “Bears of the Last Frontier” on PBS Nature will air this coming Wednesday evening, July 18 on KCTS 9 at 8 PM.   Bear ecologist Chris Morgan, the Grizzly Bear Outreach Project’s founder, takes a look …

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Busy interstate highway through critical habitat: wildlife crossings and monitoring

Have you ever traveled by car in the Pacific Northwest? Interstate-90 intersects the rugged Cascade Mountains in Washington State’s Snoqualmie Pass region, which has been identified as a critical link in the north-south movement of wildlife. I-90 Wildlife Watch is …

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