Scientists have developed new theories regarding the increase in conflict between humans and wild carnivores, and virtually all of them point directly at human behaviour
The Fur-Bearers are a proud member of the coalition of Canadian non-profits standing against the government of British Columbia’s ongoing plans to cull wolves. As
A glitch in technology has given those who oppose the proposed changes to hunting and trapping policies of grizzly bears and wolves in BC another
Ontario politicians should have looked west and saved themselves the trouble of asking the public to weigh in on their moose preservation plan. The government
Bears and wolves are in the crosshairs of the BC government, and your time to have your voice hard is running out. Changes to hunting
Policy debates on hunting or trapping can get a bit nasty: the fight on traditional policy, conservation (and what that means), whose numbers are more
The old tales of wolves and farms – whether they’re wearing sheep’s clothes or boys are crying after them – are often meant as cautionary
We are animal lovers. Every single one of our staff members and volunteer board of directors share their home with at least one pet. When we read about the loss of pets through any circumstance, we truly mourn.
But we also know that more killing will not bring back these lost friends, or prevent future loss.
International pop star Miley Cyrus last week visited the Great Bear Rainforest in BC with her brother to learn more about the controversial wolf cull
Desperate times call for desperate measures – and in France, a group of farmers have kidnapped the head of a national park after the government
The government of British Columbia is killing wolves by the hundreds – and thousands more are expected to be slaughtered in the name of conservation.
The habitat is being destroyed. The caribou are losing their homes. The wolves are being murdered. All for the sake of a few dollars in
Adding fuel to the fire caused by their decision to murder over 100 wolves in a weak attempt to protect caribou, the BC government has
Adding to the upsetting news that the government of Alberta will likely expand their wolf cull, the British Columbia government has announced they will begin
After killing nearly 1,000 wolves to protect endangered caribou, scientists announced culls would be little more than a stop-gap measure; the only true way to
A new study has put the final nail in the cull-the-wolves-to-save-the-livestock argument. For every one wolf killed, the odds of depredation in the following year
Nearly 1,000 wolves have been killed during a seven year cull in an attempt to save the Little Smoky caribou herd in northwestern Alberta. The