The worrisome trend of alleged behaviour changes to Banff National Park wolf packs is continuing, following reports of wolves chasing a ski hill employee. The
The lessons learned in how to prevent conflict between bears and people is going to start helping other species of wildlife, too. The Lethbridge Herald
The balance of protecting wildlife from campers – while also trying to attract more campers from around the world – is proving difficult to strike
The radio collars used by scientists to track multiple species in and around Banff National Park may also be used by photographers looking to get
Another female wolf was killed in Banff National Park this week following an ongoing display of behaviour considered bold by park officials. The Calgary Herald
The public’s opportunity to comment on the Alberta government’s proposal to step up the killing of wolves to protect endangered mountain caribou – even though
Various non-profit organizations across the country, including The Fur-Bearers, are calling on Canadians to urge the Alberta government to abandon a draft plan to help
Park and forest officials are reminding nature lovers that ignoring signs on trails can carry a fine – but to us, it isn’t enough. The
Over 2,000 runners from around the world are stretching out prior to the fourth annual Banff Marathon, but they’ll be hitting the pavement in a
The death of a mother wolf shocked many Canadians last week,particularly those who had seen her and her young in and around Banff National Park.
Congratulations are in order for Pyramid Productions for their now award-winning documentary, Unnatural Enemies: The War on Wolves. The documentary, which aired in Canada in
There is no ‘magic number’ for how many animals of a certain species should be in a certain space. It is this kind of thinking
Damning information about snares in Alberta is revealing just how dangerous the indiscriminate killing devices are – to all creatures who explore the province’s wilds.
Spring is crashing into March like a bear – and it’s time to do some spring cleaning to make sure you’re not giving that bear
After years of fighting inside the system, a now retired “predator control specialist” is speaking out publicly against snares in Alberta. "The public gets a
Another family is grieving the loss of a four-legged friend following his brutal death in a legally set snare in Alberta. According to the CBC,
The blood sport of coyote killing contests is returning to Alberta on January 9, 2016. Despite wide-spread opposition from animal lovers, scientists, and many, many
The City of Edmonton has stepped up for the animals again, this time offering $60,000 in temporary funding for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton.