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National Park Service policy aims to restore any animals missing from the parks due to human actions. The fisher is a weasel-family animal that was trapped to extinction for its beautiful fur by the 1930's in what is now Olympic National Park. Dr. Patti Happe, the park's wildlife biologist worked from 2008-2010 with a team of interagency partners to trap 90 of these animals in British Columbia and release them in the park. This video gives a feeling for the project and the people involved.