Getting To Know A Canadian Icon: The Grizzly Bear

June 12, 2020

Thank you to all who attended Getting To Know A Canadian Icon: The Grizzly Bear on Wednesday, June 10th. In case you missed some of the webinar or in case  you would like to share the webinar with others, you can view the webinar at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v9X1mEJX-Q

We were proud to hear from members of the Grizzly Bear Foundation Research Advisory Committee Dr. Michael Proctor and Dr. Bruce McLellan, as well as Grizzly Bear Foundation supported researchers Dr. Michelle McLellan and Dr. Lana Ciarniello.

If you'd like to continue learning about grizzlies, Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiatives is hosting a list of resources compiled by the scientists on their website: https://www.coasttocascades.org/education-resources.

You can also continue to stay informed on conservation efforts in and around Whistler and learn about more events like this one by signing up for the AWARE newsletter at https://www.awarewhistler.org/e-newsletter-signup/.

A big thank-you to the presenting partners Aware Whistler and Coast to Cascades Grizzly Bear Initiatives and the incredible scientists for providing us with such an important educational tool.

Grizzly bears are iconic symbols of the wild that capture our hearts and our imaginations. The more we learn about this important keystone species, the better we can protect them and peacefully coexist.

 



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