Roger Christophersen

Roger Christophersen is a wildlife biologist at North Cascades National Park Service Complex, Washington, with over 25 years of experience researching and monitoring a diversity of wildlife species in the North Cascades mountain range. His primary emphasis has been on endangered, threatened, rare, sensitive, and keystone mammal and bird species. He has developed a long-standing passion for the conservation of forest carnivores, bats, and climate-sensitive alpine species including American pikas and hoary marmots. He currently serves on several local and regional Wildlife Working Group Committees, Citizen Advisory Councils and is actively engaged with various community outreach programs. His enthusiasm and skills as an avid mountaineer and backcountry skier are well-suited for the rigors of field research in rugged mountainous terrain. 

March 31-April 1: Spring Dinner Celebration

Featuring "50 Years of Wildlife Science in the North Cascades" presentation by Roger Christophersen, two meals, overnight accommodations and an optional hike to wildlife survey sites.

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