Impacts include people leaving trails, plant life being damaged, toxic materials and potential negative encounters with wildlife.
Outerwear company infamous for coyote fur clearly sees consumer demand moving away from their traditional product.
News release highlights ethics, welfare, and public health concerns in call to shut down British Columbia’s operating fur farms.
University of British Columbia students working with Dr. Kristen Walker and Stanley Park Ecology Society.
Use of traps within 200m of a dwelling and failure to check likely make trap illegal. BCCOS is investigating.
Hope of survey is to find opportunities to improve coexistence with bears in communities.
Updating terminology, contacting experts not responders, can help people coexist with native wildlife.
Photos, videos and highlights from the 2021 Clements Awards and Celebration, as well as a special thank you to supporters of our silent auction!
MP for Beaches-East York discusses petition e3096 and how all MPs can learn more about animal welfare.
Human action vastly changes the behaviour and actions of wildlife, putting them at risk.
Business promoting killing largest 10, smallest coyote for prizes in contest. Take action to end it!
Beloved companion died in an unmarked trap set for coyotes while on a walk. It is time for Manitoba to do better.