The Washington Predator-Prey Project is funded by the following contributors. We are deeply grateful for their commitment to funding wildlife research to inform science-based management.
Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration (Pitmann-Robertson)
Washington State Legislature
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
National Science Foundation
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST)
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Seattle City Light
Conservation, Research, and Education Opportunities International (CREOi)
National Geographic Society
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program
University of Washington Royalty Research Fund Hall Conservation Genetics Fund
This work would not be possible without cooperation and collaboration from the many agencies and two tribes that provide logistical assistance and access to the areas where we conduct research activities. Thank you. Kalispel Tribe of Indians National Park Service Spokane Tribe of Indians US Fish and Wildlife Service US Forest Service Washington State Department of Natural Resources Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Finally, we want to extend a huge and heartfelt thank you to the many private landowners who grant us access to their properties to conduct research activities. Your cooperation has been vital to our project. With your support, we are able to more accurately study Washington’s wildlife, which utilize a landscape of both public and private land.