Support for North Cascades grizzly population recovery

April 03, 2018

Last week US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced plans to complete a previously halted environmental impact assessment that may lead to the reintroduction of grizzly bears to the North Cascades ecosystem.

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A Review of Food Security for Grizzly Bears in British Columbia

A Review of Food Security for Grizzly Bears in British Columbia

March 09, 2018

We are pleased to announce the completion of a wonderful new study for Grizzly Bear Foundation that further defines the topic of food security for grizzly bears in British Columbia.

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Left off the SARA list for too long, grizzly bears need your help to gain federal protection

Left off the SARA list for too long, grizzly bears need your help to gain federal protection

January 12, 2018 1 Comment

Grizzly bears are ‘on deck’ to receive federal protection as a species of special concern, comments needed by Jan 18.

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Sharing lessons on Human-Bear Conflict in Quito, Ecuador

Sharing lessons on Human-Bear Conflict in Quito, Ecuador

December 21, 2017

Fostering conservations and learning from other cultures and jurisdictions

In the effort to conserve and protect bear populations, it is often helpful to observe and discuss what is working (or not!) in other parts of the world.

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The Wild Salmon Policy - why salmon and wildlife can’t wait any longer

The Wild Salmon Policy - why salmon and wildlife can’t wait any longer

December 06, 2017

What is the Wild Salmon Policy and why does it matter?

Wild salmon are critically important to our ecology, wildlife, and culture. Quite simply, the policies set forth in the WSP need to be implemented before it’s too late. 

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