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Gifford Pinchot Cougars | Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Program

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Published on Jun 11, 2014

The mountain snow is melting and Conservation Northwest has hit the ground running on another exciting Citizen Wildlife Monitoring Project season! This marks our thirteenth year deploying remote cameras in the wild places of the Northwest looking for information on rare and recovering species.

These images not only record rare wildlife, including Washington's returning wolves, but also document connectivity for wildlife in key habitats like the I-90 corridor in the Cascades and the Columbia Highlands. This information is critical to the guidance of our conservation programs. To date, we've documented rare carnivores in the forests of the North Cascades, Kettle River Range, Olympics, and Selkirk Mountains, all the while coordinating with state and federal agency biologists.

Over the summer we'll be sharing some of the awesome wildlife footage our volunteers captured last season, starting with this pair of cougars from February 2014. Stay tuned!

Want to support one of our 27 teams this season? Adopt a monitoring team, and help send these folks out into the field: http://www.conservationnw.org/donate/....

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