The Conservation Officer Service has stuck to their guns on why they kill so many bears in British Columbia. Let’s look at their messaging and compare it to the bare facts.
Full image is accessible with link, but hidden in article. Please help find justice for this raccoon.
There is a problem in Coquitlam, and it isn’t the bears.
Yellowstone incident displays two major problems in our relationships with wildlife.
Activities help you talk about bear safety and destress while colouring for all ages.
Our open letter to Minister of Environment George Heyman asks the question of who is ultimately responsible for enforcing attractant management laws in BC.
Cats face numerous dangers and are a threat to wildlife when allowed to roam. Here’s some tips to keep your cat happy and safe!
There are solutions to end suffering of animals caught by traps in Delta, BC. This post has no graphic images.
We’ve compiled some tips to help you coexist with wildlife like coyotes!
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.
The Fur-Bearers are offering $1,000 to identify and convict the person(s) responsible for killing a beloved family pet and poaching. There are no graphic images in this article.
Canada’s animal of choice is hard working, family-oriented, and creates ecosystems! But did you know about these cool facts?
IFAW’s Sheryl Fink gets into the failed history of the east coast commercial seal hunt and the science that shows why a west coast hunt is doomed to failure.
News and social media make the appearance of natural wildlife frightening. It should be exciting!
Ongoing pressure from The Fur-Bearers and advocates highlighted in National Post article reveal change may be on the way.