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.
Tag: Living With Wildlife
New documents obtained by The Fur-Bearers reveal that government contractors are killing wolf pups in British Columbia’s wolf cull.
Province announces permanent restrictions for the sale and use of second-generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs)
The Fur-Bearers has obtained new documents that reveal how wolves are being killed by government contractors in BC’s remote wilderness.
The Fur-Bearers continues to push for common-sense updates to trapping regulations, but in the meantime, these tips may prevent tragedy.
A trail cam mounted to face visitors walking down the fence caught a curious, but cautious, young raccoon.
BC Hydro announced it will trap and kill beavers upstream from the Site C dam. There is nothing humane about this despite what the company says.
Questions that go unasked could change public perception and attitudes.
Read the latest research on urban wildlife feeding from The Fur-Bearers.
Scientists have developed new theories regarding the increase in conflict between humans and wild carnivores, and virtually all of them point directly at human behaviour
Right now, as you read this, a family of beavers is being destroyed. Somewhere in Canada, a trap is set and waiting for a mother,