Cascades Wolverine Project is a grassroots effort to boost winter wolverine monitoring in the North Cascades, capture engaging images of this elusive mountain carnivore, and leverage the skills of winter backcountry recreationists as wildlife observers and alpine stewards.  Read more…

Wolverine captured on a camera trap in the Northern Rocky mountains by David Moskowitz in 2017. Along with contributing to ongoing monitoring efforts of wolverines in the North Cascades images from this project will help connect people far and wide with these amazing animals.

Currently, we are monitoring six winter remote camera-trapping stations installed in the North Cascades that offer a glimpse into the winter lives of both rare species and the regulars, such as American marten (Martes americana) shown below, caught on camera one snowy night of December 2017:


We are compelled and excited to bridge Pacific Northwest conservation and winter recreation communities by providing wildlife observer resources and producing remarkable imagery that serves science, and enriches a relationship between mountain lovers and wildlife – Gulo gulo, in particular – in the Cascade Mountains.