Homecoming: Bringing Fishers Back to Washington highlights the reintroduction of fishers in public lands across the state. Fishers are members of the weasel family that live in low-elevation forests across North America.
During the last century, local fisher populations have dropped dramatically, but in recent years wildlife biologists and volunteers in Washington national parks, forests and other public lands have been working to bring fishers back home. This exhibit will bring to life the art and nature of the fisher habitat as you learn more about this conservation success story.
Last updated: May 31, 2017