Wolf culls, caribou protection and habitat management
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Wolf culls, caribou protection and habitat management

Mr. Speaker: Member, Saanich North and the Islands. A. Olsen: Almost 30 of British Columbians 52 surviving caribou herds risk extirpation. A dozen of the herds have fewer than 25 animals. Two herds in the Kootenay region were declared locally extinct earlier this year. We know why. Caribou are highly sensitive to disruptions to their […]

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Is the gray wolf actually endangered?
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Is the gray wolf actually endangered?

North American forests looked very different 300 years ago. And it’s not just the rise of infrastructure – it’s the purposeful decline of many natural predators. Before European colonists came to America, the gray wolf population looked something like this: looked something like this. But by the 1930s, that vast, thriving population looked more like […]

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Coexisting with Gray Wolves
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Coexisting with Gray Wolves

How do I feel about gray wolves? Well gray wolves are this iconic species. They are very representative of the wild west. So I always think of family when I think of wolves and I think that’s what is part of the allure of wolves to a lot of people is that they mimic sometimes […]

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