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Chris Anderson

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Washington State Department

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Washington State Department

310 Maple Park Avenue SEPO Box 47300

Olympia, Washington,98504

United States

Company Description

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Employment History

Senior Vice President, GXT

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Aberdeen FC


Construction Superintendent

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Senior Vice President, Imaging Services

Oregon Primary Care Association


Biologist

Washington Department Of Fish


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GX Technology


Biologist

Florida Department of Agriculture


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Virginia Wild

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Education

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St. Anselm College


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How does wildlife weather winter?

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"Winter is a lean time for all wildlife," says Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) biologist Chris Anderson.
Anderson notes many people who manage year-round habitat on their property see some wildlife species mostly or sometimes only during the winter. For example, seeds from that alder tree in the backyard are now drawing dozens of pine siskins, many which are year-round residents that are more dispersed in the summer and not usually seen in such concentrations except in winter. "Providing high quality year-round habitat, both on your property and on others' by working with local habitat enhancement groups, is one thing you can do to help wildlife weather winter," Anderson said. "Another crucial thing we can all do is avoid disturbance of these animals during these energy-stressed times, including migration, hibernation, and feeding and resting on wintering grounds," Anderson said.


October, 2014 | PeteHeley.Com

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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) biologist Chris Anderson, based in the North Puget Sound region office in Mill Creek, explored the possibilities with the concerned reporting party.
The neighborhood was full of birds, bats, raccoons, squirrels, and cats, Anderson learned. When he first suggested there might be a situation that allowed a house cat - a potentially very effective predator - to take advantage of the local bats, there wasn't initially much belief. "These folks gave both the bats and the stray cat itself a break," Anderson said. Anderson is a cat owner who believes we can have both in our lives. "Research shows that spending time with pets and spending time watching wildlife both lower stress levels," Anderson said. "So why not have both?" Anderson walks his cat outdoors on a leash with a harness, but otherwise keeps it indoors. "He didn't like the leash when we first adopted him," he said, "but he adjusted to it and my two dogs. Anderson noted that the idea of trapping, spaying/neutering, releasing, and leaving food out for feral cats is misguided. "Cats are good pets but lousy outdoor companions," Anderson said.


Our Top Three Tobago Beaches | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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No Man's Land, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson
Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson Parlatuvier, Tobago. Photo: Chris Anderson Parlatuvier, Tobago. Photo: Chris Anderson Castara beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Castara beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson Charlotteville, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson


Tobago's Capital: Scarborough | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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Fort King George. Photo by Chris Anderson
Fort King George. Photo by Chris Anderson Fort King George, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson Fort King George, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson Caroni Swamp. Photo by Chris Anderson


Touring Tobago: Crown Point & the Southwest | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide | Discover Trinidad & Tobago Travel Guide

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Parlatuvier, Tobago. Photo: Chris Anderson
Parlatuvier, Tobago. Photo: Chris Anderson Castara beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Castara beach. Photo by Chris Anderson Charlotteville. Photo by Chris Anderson Charlotteville, Tobago. Photo by Chris Anderson


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