Its been a good winter thus far for the Cascades Wolverine Project. We currently have 7 installations running in three different watersheds in the North Cascades and have four wolverine detection thus far, two by photographs, and two by tracks.
We launched a new website and are working diligently to increase our outreach to the winter recreation community to help educate folks on the ecology of wolverines and engage folks in citizen science through reporting potential wolverine tracks found in the North Cascades.
We are continuing to actively fundraise to help cover our costs for winter field work and enhance the resources we can make available for citizen scientists hoping to contribute to wolverine conservation in the mountains so many of us love. Donate here to support the project!
Here are a few photos from the field this winter including a peak at our first wolverine detection. Stay tuned for more images of this beautiful animal and other adventures of ours from the field!
Click here to see more images from this winter at a post I just put up on the project’s webpage.