Did you see something at Huronia North Park in Barrie on August 5 or 6? Call the police and help this injured raccoon.
We know what the problem is. Why aren’t we addressing it?
“Don’t run toward the bear” falls into the “duh” category of wildlife co-existence and outdoor safety. Yet, across Canada, people are actually running toward the bears.
Aircraft dropped rabies vaccines will begin peppering parts of Eastern and Southern Ontario in August, as the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry continues their efforts to control the virus.
The presence of coyotes and conflict with wildlife can often lead to distress and concern from residents, but it is vital that the cause of changing behaviour is accurately identified and addressed. Posts on social media forwarded to our organizations indicate that, in some areas of Burlington, coyotes may be acting in a defensive manner around dens, pups, or resources. Direct or indirect feeding of these coyotes could also cause them to show greater proximity tolerance with people and pets, and display assertive behaviours.
A black bear was killed by police in an urban Toronto neighbourhood early Saturday morning when wildlife officials were unable to attend the scene and
The Fur-Bearers, and our more than 60,000 supporters, would like assurances from the Ministry that all workers for whom down-filled and fur-trimmed Canada Goose products are offered are also given an option that does not require the death or injury of animals
The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has responded to questions raised by The Fur-Bearers in our blog last week, “Rare animals killed in
A cougar, an endangered animal in Ontario, and one rarely seen, was found dead in a snowbank. A wolverine, a threatened animal in Ontario, and
Living with wildlife can be challenging, but it is both possible and beneficial for residents to learn how. At times when we mourn the loss of a beloved family pet, these discussions are difficult, as understandable anger gets directed at the wildlife who shares our communities
A rise in rabies cases in Hamilton, Ontario, and the recent discovery of a domestic cat who had contracted the deadly virus has led the
The tragic news reported of a resident, Krista Godbout, who is mourning the horrific loss of her dog, Tanner, who was killed in December near the Kawarthas by a baited killing trap on a publicly accessible trail, must have reached your office.
Putting up a fence to save lives sounds a little simplistic – and it is. But a new wildlife fence being installed along Highway 400
Increased sightings of coyotes in Canada’s largest city are normal, and there is no cause for alarm, the City of Toronto is telling residents. The
The City of Kitchener voted to implement a wildlife feeding by-law this week in a bid to curb complaints – but the move generated some
It is a story that makes any dog lover shed a tear. Taking her dog out for a late night pee break, a woman saw
A worried family is waiting for news on whether or not their beloved pet will survive an animal attack that took place earlier this week