Killing snares set within town limits highlights importance of municipal trapping bans.
Snare traps are widely used to kill Canadian wildlife in the commercial fur trade. This post looks at the impact of snares on wildlife and pets.
Traps set for wildlife pose a danger to the public. This post looks at the circumstances behind companion animals becoming caught in traps.
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As trapping seasons open across Canada this fall, The Fur-Bearers want to remind supporters of the dangers of trapping and how to help wildlife.
The Ministry of Forests has rejected calls to end the commercial trapping of beavers after a devastating wildlife season.
Autumn marks the beginning of trapping season across Canada. This post highlights the risks of trapping to the public.
The province needs to implement urgent measures to stop the commercial and recreational trapping of beavers and recognize their ecological benefits.
New resesarch provides insight into the number of dogs and cats being caught in wildlife traps across Canada.
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.
Traps are damaging and leading to the loss of toes of grizzly bears, new paper shows.
Government has proposal to close commercial fisher trapping seasons to protect endangered species
Terms like “humane” and “certified” make it seem like trapping wildlife is a painless process. But traps cause suffering – and leg-hold traps, still in use, are no different.