BC plans to kill wolves for five more years in a bid to protect endangered caribou. But survey results show most people oppose their plans.
A new paper contests the policy-setting study that led British Columbia down the path of killing hundreds of wolves in a cull. Amelia Porter, one of The Fur-Bearers' science advisors, joined Defender Radio to explore both studies and what the updated information could mean.
NGO alleges aerial shooting is in contravention of BC law.
Plans to protect mountain caribou are being developed, but will industry and political misinformation mixed with willful ignorance of economics and science determine their fate? Charlotte Dawe of the Wilderness Committee joins Defender Radio to discuss.
The Fur-Bearers are offering $1,000 to identify and convict the person(s) responsible for killing a beloved family pet and poaching. There are no graphic images in this article.
Dr. Gilbert Proulx’s book spells out the scientific case to end the use of snares and strychnine.
Killing an animal designated as threatened is okay, if it’s “by accident.”
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Bounties on wolves and coyotes don’t work, and new research from Dr. Gilbert Proulx and Sadie Parr supports putting an end to them.
A new study shows that livestock isn’t a food source for coyotes and wolves in Alberta and calls for an end to bounties. Get the facts in five with this news brief!
Dr. Adrian Treves joins Defender Radio to explore the implications of his latest wolf depredation study, the importance of adapting policies to match science, and how we can all play a role in safeguarding wildlife and the environment for future generations.
Read our letter to the Minister calling for a stop to the policy that would expand wolf trapping season on Vancouver Island.
A proposed regulation to extend wolf trapping season on Vancouver Island by 51 days is at risk of passing without opposition – unless you’re able to help.
Human activity ultimately led to the deaths of several wolves, including their pups.