Addressing a Culture of Fear: Learning to Coexist in Grizzly Country

Addressing a Culture of Fear: Learning to Coexist in Grizzly Country

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Bears will continue to use their habitat, regardless of people. Living among grizzlies comes with an element of fear, but it’s up to us to manage and handle our fear so we can respectfully coexist.

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Wildlife and Wanderlust: Happy World Tourism Day!

Wildlife and Wanderlust: Happy World Tourism Day!

How ecotourism links economic and environmental development.

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Forest fires, climate change, and grizzlies

Forest fires, climate change, and grizzlies

The impact of forest fires and climate change on our great bear.

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What is BC without the grizzly?

What is BC without the grizzly?

On BC Day, we honour the grizzly bear - a species that is deeply connected to our history, our landscape, and our culture.

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The Elaho grizzly: fight or flight?

The Elaho grizzly: fight or flight?

When it comes to grizzlies, things aren’t always how they appear.

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RELEASE: Bear viewing industry committed to conservation as operations give back, aim to exceed hunters’ contributions

RELEASE: Bear viewing industry committed to conservation as operations give back, aim to exceed hunters’ contributions

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Charlie Russell: on grizzly bears and coexistence

Charlie Russell: on grizzly bears and coexistence

Canada’s grizzly bears have lost a true and dedicated friend. After hearing the sad news of Canadian naturalist Charlie Russell’s passing on May 8, 2018, we’ve taken a moment to reflect on how he shaped our understanding of grizzly bear behaviour. 

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RELEASE: From Triggers to Tripods: A photo contest that celebrates the beginning of a trophy free BC

RELEASE: From Triggers to Tripods: A photo contest that celebrates the beginning of a trophy free BC

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RELEASE: Hungry grizzlies will wake to a trophy free BC, but what will they eat?

RELEASE: Hungry grizzlies will wake to a trophy free BC, but what will they eat?

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2017 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

Our first year of operations has seen many successes. 2017 was a year of building and launching, but while we established systems and processes to ensure an impactful future, we also acted as a powerful voice for grizzlies.

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Support for North Cascades grizzly population recovery

Support for North Cascades grizzly population recovery

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

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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