Pacific Northwest Wildlife

Speaking Up for Wildlife

The Pacific Northwest is home to thousands of diverse animal species who make our region wild. Thriving wildlife populations indicate healthy forests, grasslands and watersheds.

NARN works to protect the Northwest’s wildlife through advocating for the return of native, keystone species while fighting for habitat protection for their long-term recovery. We also work to highlight the harmful effects that animal agriculture has on native wildlife populations.

We work in coalition with local, regional, and national organizations to bring attention to issues affecting wildlife in the Pacific Northwest.

Learn about action opportunities to protect native wildlife at the links below!

Living With Coyotes


Save the Orcas


Coexisting with Bears

Grizzly bear mome and cub

Mountain lions


Wolves return

Wolves in Washington