The imperiled Pacific Fisher makes its home in the beautiful conifer-hardwood forests of Northern California. The primary caretakers of this forest, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, have teamed up with the Wildlife Conservation Society to compile a biological inventory of this elusive mammal. The Hupa people have a saying that explains this important work: Healthy forests make healthy people.
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