Parks Canada made the right choice to protect wildlife when a coyote den site was identified.
Off-leash dogs create problems for wildlife – and it’s the wild animals who often get blamed.
Fireworks on the May 2-4 weekend are a tradition – but they can create hazardous situations for wildlife and pets. Read our guide to keeping animals safe!
Bears are looking for an easy meal in BC. It’s up to us to protect them from conflict, and potential lethal action, with responsible waste management practices.
Creating trap warning sign policies would allow outdoor enthusiasts to make informed decisions. Hear more and take action with this week’s podcast!
Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
The goals of Inside Halton are commendable. But the results are not, and could in fact create dangerous scenarios…
Dogs and cats are maimed or killed in legally set traps across Canada every year. You can protect your pets with these tips.
Attractants andhuman behaviour are the cause of conflict with wildlife and pets.
Managing editor acknowledges mistakes, but still relies on single government biologist for information.
“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.
Stronger winds this weekend could mean the spread of raging forest fires further across British Columbia, the province is warning. And The Fur-Bearers want to make sure that you’re ready to keep your family safe, and help the animals if you're able.
We have tips for campers, homeowners, and wildlife lovers to make a difference during fire season.
It’s officially here: tick season. Veterinarians have anecdotally reported to The Fur-Bearers that dogs they’ve treated are arriving with the blood sucking arachnids attached, and
Who doesn’t love getting dressed up, having fun with friends, and devouring some candy? Well, for those who don’t know that it’s Halloween, it sure
Brilliant flashes of light, thunderous cracks, and the gleeful screams of crowds are what we love about Canada Day. But for non-human animals (and some
The BC Ministry of Transportation is testing a locally-made, high-tech solution to wildlife-vehicle collisions that could save lives on both sides of the road. In