This year we’ve watched wolves gunned down from helicopters as part of a quasi-scientific cull. We’ve seen bears slaughtered for trophies and slight economic gains. We’ve witnessed raccoons, skunks, cats, and dogs, suffering in legally set steel traps. And if you want to do something about it, we’ve got an event for you.
The 2015 Living With Wildlife conference, which returns to Vancouver on October 16, will bring together top experts in the sciences, advocacy, and policymaking relating to wildlife.
The grizzly bear trophy hunt – and the work that went into unveiling the government deceit behind it – will be discussed by investigative journalist Mychaylo Prystupa, whose work exposed the truth to millions. The failings of the wolf cull in British Columbia – causes, impacts, and the future – will be explored by Dr. Heather Bryan of Raincoast Conservation Foundation. And the solutions to these and many other conflicts will be explored by other speakers.
Few seats remain, but we encourage everyone to sign up for the 2015 Living With Wildlife conference. Attendees will be treated to a free breakfast, gift bag, and an opportunity at a silent auction.
711 W Broadway, Vancouver
Friday, October 16, 2015
Registration open at 8 am
Speakers start at 9 am
Networking 4:30-5:30 pm
Register today and find out how you can live with wildlife.