Posted in March 2013

Help bring condors back to NW: Cute cats to be homeless soon

Help bring condors back to NW NW Condor Watch is a nonprofit organization dedicated to linking communities that care about returning condors to their northern home range. Liking its Facebook page and spreading the word will help this process along. The page was posted by condor biologist David Moen, whose dream is to have condors … Continue reading


Wildlife Rehabilitators conference great experience: Cat Rescue seeks volunteers: Wildlife Watch link added

Wildlife Rehabilitators conference great experience Along with my friends from Rowena Wildlife Clinic, I recently attended the annual National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association conference. It was held this year in Portland, a short drive from the Columbia River Gorge, and too good an opportunity to pass up. It was an amazing experience, not only from an … Continue reading


Army Corps reviewing ‘cormorant’ comments: Local cat-rescue needs help: How climate change may hurt wildlife

Army Corps reviewing cormorant comments The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sent this update (a Word document) to everyone who commented on a proposal to limit predation by cormorants on salmon in the Columbia River. Here’s the OPB story about the issue that I referred to in my previous blog post about this subject. Local … Continue reading