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.
A new paper contests the policy-setting study that led British Columbia down the path of killing hundreds of wolves in a cull. Amelia Porter, one of The Fur-Bearers' science advisors, joined Defender Radio to explore both studies and what the updated information could mean.
Nearly 500 wolves killed as part of cull to protect caribou.
Report shows mountain caribou have lost more habitat than what's needed for their survival.
NGO alleges aerial shooting is in contravention of BC law.
Plans to protect mountain caribou are being developed, but will industry and political misinformation mixed with willful ignorance of economics and science determine their fate? Charlotte Dawe of the Wilderness Committee joins Defender Radio to discuss.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx’s book spells out the scientific case to end the use of snares and strychnine.
The government of British Columbia intends to continue killing grey wolves in an ultimately futile attempt to save endangered mountain caribou. Researchers have noted that
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
The habitat is being destroyed. The caribou are losing their homes. The wolves are being murdered. All for the sake of a few dollars in
Adding fuel to the fire caused by their decision to murder over 100 wolves in a weak attempt to protect caribou, the BC government has
Adding to the upsetting news that the government of Alberta will likely expand their wolf cull, the British Columbia government has announced they will begin
After killing nearly 1,000 wolves to protect endangered caribou, scientists announced culls would be little more than a stop-gap measure; the only true way to
Nearly 1,000 wolves have been killed during a seven year cull in an attempt to save the Little Smoky caribou herd in northwestern Alberta. The
The risk for Mountain caribou in western Canada is at a critical juncture – and the policies of governments of BC and Alberta are not