Links to Northwest Web Sites
Wildlife

This page contains web sites for various types of wildlife in the Pacific Northwest featuring bears, bison, eagles, elk, salmon, whales, wolves, aquariums, zoos plus flora and fauna. Click on the links below for more information.

Bears

Northwest Bears
Facts about bears by Pacific Northwest Backroad Adventures.

North American Bear Center
This site has information on black bears including facts and folklore.

Bison

Bisoncentral.com
This comprehensive bison information site provide information on bison history, bison meat, the National Bison Association, raising bison, events, links, classifieds and shopping

Center for Bison Studies
Regional center for the information exchange and research on all aspects of the biology and management of the American bison.

Northwest Bison Association. 6510 N. Division Street, Suite 280, Spokane, WA 99208.

Eagles

Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center
Web site for the The Upper Skagit Bald Eagle Festival, which is held annually in January or February at several sites in and around Concrete, Rockport and Marblemount, Washington. Web site offers complete list of events and information about performances, speakers, workshops, food and craft sales, and observation of Eagles on the Skagit River.

Elk

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
RMEF, is an international, nonprofit wildlife conservation organization whose mission is to ensure the future of elk, other wildlife and their habitat. They have a visitor's center in Missoula, Montana, and events throughout the northwest.

Salmon

Save Our Wild Salmon

Whales

Grey Whale Advocate
A site dedicated to the protection of the species and the environment in which the species lives. News, research, and information about the gray whale species, and whale watching.

Orca Home Page
Pictures and information about Orcas.

OrcaLab
A land-based whale research station nestled against the evergreen forest of Hanson Island in the waters of the "Inside Passage" of Northern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. Its purpose is long-term study of the Orcas which inhabit this area, and evaluation of human impacts on them.

Project Seawolf
This website is dedicated to the protection of whales and the habitats of other marine wildlife species in the Pacific Northwest.

Wolves

Pacific West Wolves - Defenders of Wildlife

Wolf Haven International. 3111 Offut Lake Road, SE Tenino, WA 98589. Toll-free: 1-800-448-9653.

Other

Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News

Flora and Fauna

Flora and Fauna Northwest*
Fine photos of fauna (amphibians, arthropods, birds, mammals, reptiles, and mollusks), and Pacific Northwest wildflowers found west of the Cascade Crest. Links to northwest nature sites. (A web site by Paul Slichter hosted by the Gresham-Barlow School District, Oregon.)

Trees of the Pacific Northwest
A site at Oregon State University to help you identify common conifers in the Pacific Northwest.

Aquariums, Nature Parks and Zoos

Grizzly Discovery Center - Yellowstone, MT
NorthwestTrek - Enchantments, WA
The Oregon Coast Aquarium - Newport, OR
Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium - Tacoma, WA
The Seattle Aquarium - Seattle, WA
Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Center - Vancouver, BC

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