Reviews of transportation, drugs, communications and other topics should be standard for armed government agency.
Thousands of letters were sent to the government thru TheFurBearers.com calling for this change. But much work still needs to be done.
Black bears are out and about as spring arrives, and it’s up to us humans to make sure we don’t create problems for them. Hear how from the expert: Mike McIntosh of Bear With Us!
Biologist and advocate Lisa Dahlseide joins Defender Radio to talk the science and ethics of wildlife rehabilitation, how Russell’s story progressed this policy, and why it isn’t time to quit speaking for the animals.
Provincial policy means orphans like Russell and other indigenous species can’t be rehabilitated by experts.
Russell, an orphaned and injured bear cub in Alberta, can't be helped under provincial policy. A group of advocates intend on changing that.
Our letter to the Albertan Deputy Minister responding to residents concerned about the injured and orphaned black bear pushes for answers about poor policy.
Love at first sight for beavers 16-946 and 17-536 at Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation!
A $1,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to the identification and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the horrific treatment and death
There are some things we read and don’t believe. Then we talk to the experts who simply nod their heads in a sorrowful manner and
A lack of legislation and resources is putting wildlife at risk – and the volunteers and non-profits who are their first and last line of
We know their hearts are big enough to handle it, but with 25 bear cubs in their care, the grocery budget at Critter Care Wildlife
The City of Edmonton has stepped up for the animals again, this time offering $60,000 in temporary funding for the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton.
An adorable coyote pup is being given special care and attention after suffering an accident and he was found to be a little “too tame”
Nearly three years ago, Kelli Polsinelli— a licensed wildlife rehabilitator with more than 15 years of experience— started Wild Earth Refuge after recognizing the lack