Welcome to I-90 Wildlife Watch

I-90 Wildlife Watch is a citizen-based wildlife monitoring project that invites motorists to report wildlife sightings along Interstate 90 (I-90) in the Snoqualmie Pass region of Washington.

Why is it important to collect this information?

I-90 intersects the rugged Cascade Mountains in Washington’s Snoqualmie Pass region, which has been identified as a critical link in the north-south movement of wildlife. This area is also the focus of an extensive effort by the Washington State Department of Transportation to improve highway efficiency and make I-90 safer for people and wildlife. The I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition, the Western Transportation Institute, and other I-90 Wildlife Watch partner organizations are currently gathering information about wildlife between North Bend and Easton to help inform highway planning at Snoqualmie Pass. With your valuable assistance, we hope to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions and enhance the safe passage of wildlife in the future.

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How do I participate in I-90 Wildlife Watch?

If you’re at least 18 years old and you observed (living or dead) wild animals while you were recently traveling I-90 through Snoqualmie Pass, we need your help! Please click on the “Report a Wildlife Sighting” button below to answer a few brief questions about your sighting. Your participation is voluntary, and you’re welcome to remain anonymous. It’s that simple.

Report a Wildlife Sighting
See Sightings Reported by Others

If you would like to receive periodic updates about the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition’s efforts to enhance wildlife passage on I-90, please click and type “subscribe” in the subject line.

When participating in this program, please remember to drive safely on the interstate and to pay attention to your driving, first and foremost.