The Fur-Bearers remind residents that feeding changes the behaviour of wildlife and is often a pre-cursor to negative encounters leading to coyotes’ deaths.
Coyote Watch Canada and The Fur-Bearers call for transparency and quicker response to feeding in the future in Burlington.
From COVID-19 oubreaks to impacts on the environment, this post compiles research published in 2022 about fur farming in Canada.
Do you have fruit trees? Here are 3 tips to help manage fruit and protect wildlife!
The Fur-Bearers Arts & Science Scholarship was launched in 2021 to support individuals who are committed to improving coexistence with wildlife in Canada.
Our bear awareness door hangers are hitting doors in communities across British Columbia and Canada!
Read about a wolverine research project conducted in the heart of the Rocky Mountains
The Fur-Bearers has collaborated with UBC students on a research project that looked at the public’s perceptions of black bears in their communities.
Changes to Wildlife Act regulations are coming. Read what this might mean for Cottontail and European rabbits in BC.
Because of recent successes, The Fur-Bearers are poised to take on new opportunities to end fur farming in Canada – with your help.
Read our open letter about a Saskatchewan Conservation Officer bringing a young moose to a school classroom.
Read the latest research on urban wildlife feeding from The Fur-Bearers.