The primary purpose of Wildlife Camera Network Northwest (WCN-NW)is to enhance the value of camera trap efforts in the Pacific Northwest, including those being managed by public agencies, academic researchers, and non-governmental organizations. Network participants are expected to participate in approximately 1–2 meetings and 2–3 conference calls per year, and are encouraged to upload data to eMammal or another long-term archival database.

Membership Application

This form is designed to help WCN-NW evaluate prospective new members in terms of overall fit with our objectives and mission. We will review completed forms as soon as possible.

Become a member

Opportunities with Member Groups

If you're interested in volunteering with a camera-trap project, please contact Conservation Northwest.


Dr. Robert Long, WCN-NW Coordinator
Senior Conservation Fellow
Woodland Park Zoo