The ongoing saga of BC Conservation Officer Bryce Casavant and the two bear cubs he refused to kill has captured the attention of Canada – and the world. News outlets from as far away as Germany and the UK have been monitoring the story as it unfolds this week. And Defender Radio is pleased to bring you the unabridged interview with the man caring for the two cubs and speaking out on behalf of CO Casavant.
Robin Campbell, who has helped wildlife recover for 30 years, took time out of his busy schedule to discuss the current state of the twin cubs, named Jordan and Athena, respond to critics in the media, and give his full version of the events that led to cubs being in the care of the North Island Wildlife Recovery Association.
Petitions to reinstate CO Bryce Casavant and begin new funding, studies and education for the conservation service can be found at thefurbearers.com. To directly help North Island Wildlife Recovery Association visit www.niwra.org.
Photo of Jordan and Athena compliments niwra.org
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