Cascadia Wild is looking for volunteers to join our Wildlife Camera Survey this
Winter (November 2019-April 2020). The wildlife camera survey is part of
the Wolverine Tracking Project, a long-term community science project
studying rare carnivores in Mt Hood National Forest.
-Gain valuable field-based experience while learning about and helping to
protect our local wildlife!
-Help search for wolverine and wolves, study the distribution of rare
montane red fox, and document other resident carnivores.
Volunteers receive weekly updates with all the best photos and project
news, and you will have access to all of the season's photos on Google
Drive. Volunteers are also eligible to receive discounts on Cascadia Wild
classes, programs, and workshops.
To volunteer, we ask that you first attend an orientation session this
October to learn about the Wolverine Tracking Project, the goals of the
camera survey, and your expectations as volunteers.
-Orientation Session 1: Thursday, October 3rd, 6:30pm-8:00pm
-Orientation Session 2: Sunday, October 13th, 2pm-3:30pm
Following orientation, you will be able to register for a GPS+Office
Training and a Field Training.
More information, including qualifications, survey goals, and structure: