When we consider wildlife interactions from a wild viewpoint, the narrative changes, particularly for pet owners.
Incidents of companion animals injured and killed crop up in PEI, Manitoba, and Alberta as trapping season opens.
The Fur-Bearers continues to push for common-sense updates to trapping regulations, but in the meantime, these tips may prevent tragedy.
Changes to Wildlife Act regulations are coming. Read what this might mean for Cottontail and European rabbits in BC.
Parachutes for Pets in Calgary is a grassroots organization that is working to build community supports to protect the connection between people and their companion
Urban Resource Institute, America’s largest domestic violence residential service provider. and the National Domestic Violence Hotline, recently released the results of their national survey. The
Fewer cars on the road doesn’t mean speed limits and danger don’t exist.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
Dogs can create problems for wildlife in natural areas.