BC animal artist Sarah Ronald on her philosophy, showing human impact on wildlife, the role of art and her new exhibit at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum in Vancouver.
Read the latest research on urban wildlife feeding from The Fur-Bearers.
OurBeaver Coexistence booklet is now available in French!
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.
Call on Nova Scotia Minister of Lands and Forestry to direct staff to use coexistence measures and enforcement to protect wildlife from human action.
Booklet includes overview of beaver coexistence strategies and extensive references.
Executive Director Lesley Fox will be speaking at Alberta conference organized by Cochrane Ecological Institute.
There is a problem in Coquitlam, and it isn’t the bears.
High-value bird seed can attract bears even if garbage is properly secure.
Hear from PhD candidate Robert James Lennox how an in-depth literature review of predator removal studies shows a string of costly failures, while co-existence promises long-term solutions in this news brief!
Spring bears aren’t going mad with hunger, they’re going to remember the last place they found a delicious snack, and they can be rehabilitated. Get it in five with the Defender Radio News Brief!
Bears are looking for an easy meal in BC. It’s up to us to protect them from conflict, and potential lethal action, with responsible waste management practices.