Wildlife Corridors and Crossings

For centuries, urban development has created literal barriers to important ecosystems and segmented habitats for wildlife. This is particularly true since the start of the automotive industry and the creation of a large network of roads and highways, a trend...

Elk of the Pacific Northwest

Elk are one of the largest species in the deer family; they are currently native to North America and eastern Asia but have been introduced to other parts of the world. In the Pacific Northwest, there are two elk subspecies: the Roosevelt elk and the Rocky Mountain...

Sea Otters.

Sea otters can be found along the coastal areas of the North Pacific Ocean and range from the shores of Japan to the coast of Alaska and all along the coast of North America down to Baja, California. These cute and wonderful creatures have captured the love of many...

Seagulls of the Pacific Northwest

The birds commonly known as seagulls are rather notorious birds, particularly to those living along the coasts of North America. As opportunistic feeders, gulls have been known to eat a variety of things, like aquatic creatures, unattended bird eggs, garbage, and...

What Are Feral Cats And TNR Programs?

Domestic cats have coexisted with humans for thousands of years in a mutually beneficial way. In fact, it’s thought that it was that mutually beneficial relationship that lead to cats being domesticated! Mice and rats have long been attracted to the crops and...