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Published on Apr 2, 2010
Follow along with Jen and Marlo of Conservation Northwest as they explore the Gold Creek wildlife corridor, vital for connecting habitat for animals moving north to south in the Cascades Mountains. Here, near Snoqualmie Pass, a major underpass is being built for wildlife to move safely past Interstate 90. Conservation Northwest and allies are restoring Gold Creek habitat to make the approaches for wildlife as natural as possible. Using citizen science, remote cameras, and winter tracking, we are also documenting local wildlife from pine martens to grizzly bears in the central Cascades of Washington state.