Fill out our Methow Valley Bear Aware Community Assessment –Back Yard Survey–

This fall, Home Range Wildlife Research is conducting a Bear Aware Community Assessment to understand the current and historical state of human/ bear interactions in the Methow, and one crucial part of this assessment is understanding what bears might find interesting in our back yards. To learn more about the project visit our Bear Coexistance Page and fill out our survey

Our research efforts are centered around conscientious study design, meticulous data collection, and careful analysis. We aim to meet the immediate, actionable needs of our wildlife community.

From fieldwork basics to advanced techniques, our training courses offer aspiring biologists the foundational skills necessary to build a successful career in wildlife biology and beyond.


Community engagement is crucial to effective local wildlife conservation. Active outreach, community science, and efforts to facilitate human-wildlife cohabitation are central to our research efforts.

Home Range Wildlife Research is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that conducts independent and collaborative wildlife research, offers practical field training opportunities for budding biologists, and works closely with the local community to foster a deep connection between people and their landscape. In the face of vast environmental changes, we believe that applicable research outcomes, skillful fieldwork, and community involvement are vital parts of effective long-term wildlife conservation. 

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