Government has proposal to close commercial fisher trapping seasons to protect endangered species
Tag: action alert
Business promoting killing largest 10, smallest coyote for prizes in contest. Take action to end it!
Utilize Ontario’s environmental registry to voice your opposition and concerns regarding the spring bear hunt.
The Fur-Bearers highlight four items to consider commenting upon.
Call on Nova Scotia Minister of Lands and Forestry to direct staff to use coexistence measures and enforcement to protect wildlife from human action.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
ACTION ALERT: Ontario government puts recreationalists and wildlife at risk with proposed reduction in bait setbacks
Baits could be placed as close as 30m from vehicle right of ways and recreational trails, putting people and wildlife at risk.
We are calling on the government of British Columbia to immediately enact a trap warning sign system that requires trappers to post bright, visible signage at all access points when traps are within 20 metres of a street, service road, trail, pathway, or other publicly accessible area.
Tell Dani Reiss and Canada Goose that you’ve heard them loud and clear – inherently inhumane fur is part of their brand, and you’re going to #RefuseTheGoose!
Use our one-click letter/petition to tell the City ofMontréal that co-existence is the ethical, humane, and effective choice to preventing or mitigating conflict!
An injured bear cub is suffering needlessly outside of Calgary because government policy won’t allow for humane action, and that needs to change.