Wolverine Tracking Project
The Wolverine Tracking Project is a community science project documenting rare carnivores and other wildlife throughout Mt. Hood National Forest. Volunteers help maintain trail cameras, collect genetic samples, and search for tracks in the snow. Join us!
We offer a variety of nature-based classes in subjects ranging from botany to outdoor survival skills. One of our most popular courses is the Naturalist Training Program which runs from spring through fall, with monthly classes designed to develop your skills in wildlife tracking, botany, ecology, navigation and more!
Explore Oxbow Park's floodplain for the tracks and sign of the wildlife who live and travel through there. All ages and levels of experience are welcome at Tracking Club!
Explore the natural world through Nature Book Club! New readers always welcome.
Sponsor A trail camera
Join us in our mission to protect the wildlife of the Mt. Hood National Forest by becoming a Trail Camera Sponsor with Cascadia Wild. Your sponsorship directly contributes to our vital conservation efforts and supports our volunteer-led Wolverine Tracking Project.
Are you seeking a one-of-a kind experience for your next team building outing? Join Cascadia Wild on a unique journey through the remote and picturesque corners of the Mt. Hood National Forest or closer to Portland for an extraordinary team building opportunity!
We look forward to seeing you!