Tag: black bear
The Fur-Bearers are disappointed that this situation became adversarial and that the initial call between the Anmore residents and the COS was not one of solutions in the best interests of the cub.
There is a problem in Coquitlam, and it isn’t the bears.
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 have filed an applicationfor leave to appealto the Supreme Court of Canada.
Everyone can play a role in keeping animals safe – and you can do it all from home!
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!
Russell, an orphaned and injured bear cub in Alberta, can't be helped under provincial policy. A group of advocates intend on changing that.
Our letter to the Albertan Deputy Minister responding to residents concerned about the injured and orphaned black bear pushes for answers about poor policy.
An injured bear cub is suffering needlessly outside of Calgary because government policy won’t allow for humane action, and that needs to change.