Everywhere is Bear Country
Western Wildlife Outreach wildlife education programs advocate for a science-based understanding of the Pacific Northwest's four large carnivores - black bear, grizzly bear, cougar and gray wolf - and teach coexistence strategies with people who share the landscape with them.
WWO works with our partners to provide science-based information about the ecology, biology, and behavior of bears, cougars, and wolves and the low level of risk living around them. By engaging communities in long-term wildlife and habitat stewardship activities, WWO programs foster an appreciation for the large carnivore’s niche in maintaining ecosystem health, providing critical context and links to other environmental recovery efforts happening throughout Washington state.
"A Year In Review" shares highlights of WWO's work from 2022. For GiveBIG 2023, May 2-3, we are raising funds for our Bear Smart programs for outreach materials, student scholarships to support field experience and "real world" training, and travel to outreach events. We accept donations all year long. THANK YOU for your support.
Western Wildlife Outreach
Grizzly Bear Outreach Project
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Youth & Children, Veterans, Seniors, Asian & Pacific Islander, Black & African American, Hispanic & Latinx, Immigrants & Refugees, Indigenous & Native American, Individuals with Disabilities, LGBTQ+
Address900 Jefferson Street SE