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Fishers were once abundant in the North Cascades but by the mid-part of the 1900’s, fur trappers almost eliminated them from the Pacific Northwest. Now various agencies have joined together to bring Fishers back.

State and federal wildlife biologists released eight fishers last week in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest as part of an effort to restore the species to Washington State.
Photo, map credits: Wash. State Dept. of Fish & Wildlife

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