Province announces permanent restrictions for the sale and use of second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs)
The Fur-Bearers has obtained documents that detail the process of capturing wolves in British Columbia’s wolf cull.
BC Hydro announced it will trap and kill beavers upstream from the Site C dam. There is nothing humane about this despite what the company says.
Traps are damaging and leading to the loss of toes of grizzly bears, new paper shows.
Read our letter to the Auditor General calling for an audit of the BCCOS.
The Fur-Bearers has published data showing areas where black bears are being killed by conservation officers in British Columbia.
Regulatory changes for two rabbit species revealed in spring are now in place; root causes of issue go unaddressed.
The Fur-Bearers has collaborated with UBC students on a research project that looked at the public’s perceptions of black bears in their communities.
Read The Fur-Bearers’ submission on proposed changes to the use of rodenticides in British Columbia
Ten concerned residents have increased original reward from $1,000 to $10,000 leading to identification and conviction of the person(s) responsible.
SGARs that lead to wildlife deaths and significant ecological issues may soon be heavily restricted.
The Fur-Bearers calls on BC Conservation Officer Service to clarify roles and create measurable change to reduce deaths of animals.
The Fur-Bearers’ petition calling for the end of fur farming in British Columbia has made its way to the legislature!
BC plans to kill wolves for five more years in a bid to protect endangered caribou. But survey results show most people oppose their plans.
Read our submission to the government of British Columbia about the prohibition on mink farming and changes to the Fur Farm Regulation.
The government is asking British Columbians to provide comments on amendments to the Fur Farm Regulation following the decision to end mink farming.