Activities help you talk about bear safety and destress while colouring for all ages.
Coverage of bears have painted them as attackers – but what happens if we consider the bear’s perspective?
Bears are being killed because people leave out attractants, and government policy is to kill those who become “habituated.” We all have a role to play in ending this.
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.
Media focuses on ancillary, rather than primary, issue in coverage of bear carcass being dumped at landfill by COS.
The Fur-Bearers will publish public report with findings from the complaint and court process.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx’s book spells out the scientific case to end the use of snares and strychnine.
Even if it’s just onlineyour words matter.
Recent viral video highlights close calls caused by aerial photography.
The Fur-Bearers has filed a formal complaint with the provincial Conservation Officer Service following a preventable death of a mother black bear in Whistler.
The Fur-Bearers reward of $1,000 increased by outraged community.
Everyone can play a role in keeping animals safe – and you can do it all from home!
CBC article cites reports of aggression but doesn’t go in-depth on how we create the problems.
OPEN LETTER: CBC headline and article mislead readers and tell an inaccurate story of bear encounter
Read our complaint to the CBC Ombudsman about an inaccurate article that would be unacceptable were it a human instead of a bear.
British Columbia's highest court dismissed an appeal because of a lack of clarity in law – meaning that there is still no clear decision on when a Conservation Officer can or can't kill animals in the course of their duties. Join us in calling for immediate change!
Off-leash dogs create problems for wildlife – and it’s the wild animals who often get blamed.
Thousands of letters were sent to the government thru TheFurBearers.com calling for this change. But much work still needs to be done.
Black bears are out and about as spring arrives, and it’s up to us humans to make sure we don’t create problems for them. Hear how from the expert: Mike McIntosh of Bear With Us!