Our fight against trapping in British Columbia and across Canada is picking up again. The animals need your help.
Similar incident inspired long-time director George Clements to get involved with The Fur-Bearers.
NO GRAPHIC IMAGES: A skunk injured by an illegal trap was humanely euthanized by wildlife rehabilitators.
The Fur-Bearers, community members seek justice for injured raccoon.
It is time for Minister Doug Donaldson to take action and protect British Columbians from the dangers of traps.
Rewards issued in two cases of raccoons trapped in British Columbia, and a call for action from the province.
WARNING: This article contains upsetting information. However, graphic photos are not visible unless clicked for access.
Full image is accessible with link, but hidden in article. Please help find justice for this raccoon.
There are solutions to end suffering of animals caught by traps in Delta, BC. This post has no graphic images.
Killing an animal designated as threatened is okay, if it’s “by accident.”
We are calling on the government of British Columbia to immediately enact a trap warning sign system that requires trappers to post bright, visible signage at all access points when traps are within 20 metres of a street, service road, trail, pathway, or other publicly accessible area.
$15,288.50 in damages sought according to court documents obtained by The Fur-Bearers
Send a letter to your provincial representative demanding common-sense protections from traps.
Traps designed to capture and incapacitate or kill animals do just that – and the results can be horrific. Ontario resident Jessie Wall and her
NOTE: There are NO graphic images in this blog.A disturbing injury to a river otter found near Ambleside Pier has prompted The Fur-Bearers offer a $1,000 reward for information that leads to identification and conviction of the person(s) responsible.