A year after finding a beaver in a trap, residents celebrate in-field solutions and protections for the keystone species in Belleville, Ontario.
Lisa Winn of Ladybird Animal Sanctuary joins the podcast to talk Easter bunnies, why you should always focus on adoption for pets, and what welcoming a rabbit into your family means.
IFAW’s Sheryl Fink gets into the failed history of the east coast commercial seal hunt and the science that shows why a west coast hunt is doomed to failure.
Wildlife photographer John Marriott turns his lens on cruel and legal devices.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx discusses his new book, Intolerable Cruelty: The Truth Behind Killing Neck Snares and Strychnine in this episode of the Defender Radio podcast.
Changes at the OSPCA, concerns about an NGO being in law enforcement, and the importance of filing reports, complaints, and creating paper trails are discussed with Animal Justice Executive Director Camille Labchuk.
How do plants and animals adapt to changes in weather and elevation caused by climate change? Dr. Ben Freeman explains what his study found on this episode of the Defender Radio podcast.
Anger, grief, and trauma are common for advocates. That’s why it’s important to speak to someone about managing emotions and mental health – someone like Liz Sinclair Kruth, who goes in-depth on what advocates need to know about self-care and asking for help.
Wuxly Movement is the animal-free, made-in-Canada outerwear brand that animal lovers across Canada are raving about. Hear about their brand update, the trade up program, and more in this news brief with co-founder James Yurichuk.
Hunting isn't conservation, regulating hunting is – and a paper by Dr. Adrian Treves outlines the importance of distinguishing that. Hear more in this five-minute News Brief of Defender Radio!