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!
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We need you to #RefuseTheGoose – find out how you can send a message to Canada Goose on this week’s podcast!
Coyote Watch Canada and the Defender Radio Podcast explore LaSalle Park in Burlington and explore what could be leading to potential coyote conflict, and how the solution exists in human behaviour.
Coyote Watch Canada and the Defender Radio Podcast check out coyote hotspots in Burlington’s LaSalle Park – get it in five with this News Brief!
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!
The Gryphon Press talks writing award-winning children’s books, growing compassion, and the story of the company. Learn about your chance to WIN a free book!
The Gryphon Press is printing books to help children be more compassionate and learn about important issues facing dogs, cats, wildlife and other animals! Get it in five with this Defender Radio News Brief!
Bear saviour Bryce Casavant goes in-depth with Defender Radio on his new research, examining 100 years of wildlife enforcement records in BC to improve policy and public trust.
Bryce Casavant is studying 100 years of wildlife enforcement records to help create positive policy change in British Columbia. Get it in 5 with this Defender Radio Podcast News Brief!
AnimalKind will help BC residents and business owners find humane wildlife removal and pest control companies accredited by the BC SPCA. Get the story in less than five with this news brief!
Raccoons are mating, babies are coming, and you really shouldn't try to feed injured or orphaned animals yourself. Get more on this news brief!
Adam Winston, host of the Dogs In Our World podcast, opens up in this in-depth interview about his journey to develop his show, the lessons learned from dog experts, and what he’s learned about himself and the world around him through a love of dogs.
Biologist and advocate Lisa Dahlseide joins Defender Radio to talk the science and ethics of wildlife rehabilitation, how Russell’s story progressed this policy, and why it isn’t time to quit speaking for the animals.
Creating trap warning sign policies would allow outdoor enthusiasts to make informed decisions. Hear more and take action with this week’s podcast!
Dr. Adrian Treves joins Defender Radio to explore the implications of his latest wolf depredation study, the importance of adapting policies to match science, and how we can all play a role in safeguarding wildlife and the environment for future generations.
Feline veterinary expert Dr. Margie Scherk explains the truth about cat declawing, alternatives to prevent scratching, and dispels a myth about shelter dumping.
Jan Hannah joined the Defender Radio Podcast to discuss IFAW's Northern Dogs Project, the history of working with Cree and Anishinaabe communities, and why it matters that as advocates we focus on listening.
Designer and fashion professor Joshua Katcher is crowdfunding his new book, Fashion Animals, that takes on the fur industry and challenges the way the world sees fur in fashion.
Animal Justice is launching the Paw and Order podcast to share more about their legal fight for the animals. Hear from the whole team about this new show!
The Defender Radio Family Christmas Special tells an old holiday tale with a loving wildlife twist…