Lead scientist Kim Heinemeyer and others gather measurements and other information from a sedated wolverine.

"Working for Wildlife" explores the interesting and challenging ways that Idahoans are attempting to assist wild animals, including rehabilitating orphaned black bear cubs so they can be transplanted back into the wild; recovering bird species like the California Condor; tracking wolverines and winter recreationists, to see if they can co-exist in high mountain areas; collaring deer in the winter through an elaborate process of helicopters, fences and volunteer deer tacklers; and taking baby cutthroat trout from Henrys Lake to high mountain lakes.