Thousands of animals killed, maimed by traps every year, including dogs and cats.
Everyone can play a role in keeping animals safe – and you can do it all from home!
Dr. Anna Zakrisson On (breaking out of our echo chambers, the use of magic science wands, serving science by stealth) Her Imaginarium (529)
Scihard with Dr. Anna Zakrisson and learn what science literacy is, how to separate the good from the bad, and a whole lot more on this episode of Defender Radio!
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.
Pamphlets reveal the truth about how most fur is obtained in English, French, and Mandarin.
Dogs and cats are maimed or killed in legally set traps across Canada every year. You can protect your pets with these tips.
These advocacy mistakes can create problems for you, and ultimately, the animals.
The mobile video game sensation taking the world by storm has a number of critics, but here at The Fur-Bearers, we’re staying optimistic. Over 25,000,000
Residents in Quebec suburb won’t see their concerns about wildlife conflict disappear if the Mayor’s office is successful in relocating a coyote that’s been hanging
We told you about education being a solution to increased coyote conflict in an East Vancouver neighbourhood two weeks ago. Today we delivered that solution.
In 1948 it rained beavers. That’s not quite true – 76 beavers were parachuted into the Idaho wilderness that year as part of an effort
There once was a problem in Yosemite National Park. Bears were getting into cars (more than 600 in 1997), turned over garbage bins and generally