Over the 2017-2018 winter season we installed, maintained, and removed seven remote camera monitoring stations in the North Cascades, catching a glimpse of wolverines at three locations.  We connected with the backcountry ski community through public talks and social media, which led to collecting several rare wolverine observations from keen-eyed recreationists.  We also provided exceptional mountain wildlife photography to multiple outlets, all in order to increase wolverine awareness, science, and conservation in the North Cascades.  You can read a progress report of our work and results here.

We met and exceeded our goals during our first winter field season, but we also exceeded our shoestring budget!  There is much more to do, and it will only be possible with your support.  Please consider making a contribution towards our upcoming 2018-2019 winter field season.

Thank you from the top of the mountains and the bottom of our hearts!

Donations may be made two ways:

  1. GoFundMe
  2. Conservation Northwest Just enter “Cascades Wolverine Project” into the comment box.  Tax-deductible and supports a PNW nonprofit leader in conservation.