President Theodore Roosevelt's conservationism contemplated in new book: Leave It As It Is by David Gessner.
Conservationist Ana Giovanetti on her life changing experience working with chimpanzees and the community in Zambia.
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.
Killing an animal designated as threatened is okay, if it’s “by accident.”
Hunting isn't conservation, regulating hunting is – and a paper by Dr. Adrian Treves outlines the importance of distinguishing that. Hear more in this five-minute News Brief of Defender Radio!
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!
The hearings to appeal a decision rendered in December stemming from the case of an orphaned black bear killed by a Conservation Officer in British Columbia will begin on June 7, 2018.
Dr. Kyle Artelle explains why so few of 667 examined wildlife management plans fail to meet his team’s scientific criteria – and what that means for the animals.
Wildlife management plans claim to be science based, but a new study shows that may not be true. Hear it in 5-minutes with this Defender Radio News Brief!
Use our one-click letter/petition to tell the City ofMontréal that co-existence is the ethical, humane, and effective choice to preventing or mitigating conflict!
John E. Marriott’s book provides breathtaking photos with a truly Canadian story of a love of wildlife, photography,and growing up.
It’s as easy as number three! Find out more in the article.
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
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