Next week we're celebrating our 15th annual Hope for a Wild Future Auction and Dinner, and we are in need of volunteers!
Our annual event wouldn’t be possible without the passionate volunteers who support our mission to protect, connect and restore wildlands and wildlife. Join us from 5:00-9:00 p... View More
Today is the last chance to register for our 15th Annual Hope for a Wild Future Auction & Dinner on the Seattle Waterfront!
On Wednesday, April 25th join 300 of our biggest supporters for a night of lively discussion, the chance to chat with our staff and regional leaders, and bidding on exciting ... View More
Our staff were up at Snoqualmie Pass today with students from Swiftwater High School talking about wildlife crossings and installing remote cameras for elk, otters, bobcats and other species.
We're thrilled to get these teens involved in citizen science! Interested in a presentation for your class ... View More
“This just reinforces a lesson we learned long ago: You cannot manage a species without looking at the larger landscape,” says wildlife biologist Bart George. “This is a habitat loss problem, but we end up putting little Band-Aids on smaller problems like predators and highway mortality and sn... View More
For Earth Day, Bellingham Nissan is supporting our work to keep the Northwest wild by offering Conservation Northwest members special rates on the all-electric Leaf! Learn more below, and please consider becoming a member for only $35 a year at: www.joincnw.org.
THANK YOU for supporting our work t... View More
Central Washington's shrub-steppe supports an amazing diversity of birds and wildlife, vibrant local communities, important agriculture and ranching, and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Learn about some of the species we're working to recover in this landscape in this update on our new... View More
Last year, we began an ambitious effort to restore and connect sagelands habitat in Eastern Washington and southern British Columbia for the good of both wildlife and people. Read an update on our new Sagelands Heritage Program and goals for the year ahead in this blog! #Sagelands View More
The marbled murrelet, a rare seabird that depends on old coastal forests, is declining rapidly in Washington. The state is working with local communities, businesses, and conservation groups on a new plan to save murrelets, but it's going to take hard work and compromise to recover this amazing avia... View More
Our partners at National Wildlife Federation Pacific are hosting Wildlife in the City Week from today through Saturday, 4/21! Learn about this series of awesome events and volunteer opportunities at: http://seattlewildlifeweek.org/events View More