Nature & Wildlife Conservation

Heritage Canada listing shows Peace Valley needs protection

Heritage Canada listing shows Peace Valley needs protection

Peace River Valley was identified as one of the top ten endangered places in Canada by Heritage Canada.

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Sharing the Range with Grizzly Bears

Sharing the Range with Grizzly Bears

A story about the challenges of living with large carnivores, and how the Waterton Biosphere Reserve and others are meeting those challenges.

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Conservationists applaud as environmental assessment deals blow to Jumbo Glacier Resorts

Conservationists applaud as environmental assessment deals blow to Jumbo Glacier Resorts

The BC Environmental Assessment Office says Jumbo Glacier Resorts is non-compliant with its permit condition, due to avalanche risk.

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A 30,000-year-old horse bone is found in the Peace River Valley

A 30,000-year-old horse bone is found in the Peace River Valley

In the midst of legal cases against the Site C Dam, the Treaty 8 Tribal Association finds a prehistoric horse bone in the Peace River Valley.

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Environmental coalition says BC needs more wildlife refuges

Environmental coalition says BC needs more wildlife refuges

With only 1 percent of British Columbia protected with wildlife refuges, environmental groups want to create more.

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Protected Spaces with Neil Ever Osborne – Save The Land You Love Speakers’ Event

Protected Spaces with Neil Ever Osborne – Save The Land You Love Speakers’ Event

Neil Ever Osborne is an internationally recognized Canadian conservation photographer who will take the podium at the Ontario Land Trust Alliance’s Save the Land You Love event.

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Pronghorns: A sure-footed alarm whistle for Canada’s Prairies

Pronghorns: A sure-footed alarm whistle for Canada’s Prairies

Indigenous to the interior western and central North America, the pronghorn is a quirky, flight-footed alarm whistle for the prairies.

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Caribou recovery project launches crowdfunding campaign

Caribou recovery project launches crowdfunding campaign

Now in its second year, the maternity penning project is an emergency measure recommended for the Klinse-Za caribou herd in a recovery action plan developed by West Moberly First Nations.

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Chirps, Tweets and Trills: Learn your local bird songs

Chirps, Tweets and Trills: Learn your local bird songs

Seven class course in Ottawa held on Saturday mornings to help locals learn native bird songs.

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Government funds effort to return bison to Banff National Park

Government funds effort to return bison to Banff National Park

Parks Canada officially confirmed today that plains bison will be reintroduced to Canada’s oldest park.

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