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WILDLIFE

Conservation
Conservation

Nearly Half of Canada’s Monitored Wildlife Populations Are In Decline

They include woodland caribou, lake whitefish, and swift fox.
Jacob Dubé
9.14.17
bear brawl
bear brawl

A Guy Punched a Black Bear in the Face When It Tried to Break Into a House

Human-black bear conflict is on the rise. It’s a sad story—for the bears.
Lisa Cumming
8.25.17
infrastructure
infrastructure

Canada’s Oil Sands Development Is Enabling This Jerk Bird

The brown-headed cowbird used to sit atop roaming bison, now it perches on oil equipment.
Jordan Pearson
7.18.17
urban wildlife
urban wildlife

Extremely Angry Deer Are Terrorizing the People of Vancouver Island

Deer are encroaching on our cities. It’s bad for us, and for them.
Lisa Cumming
6.6.17
hmmmm...
hmmmm...

One Man's Quest to Sell 1,000 Raccoon Penis Bones

If he fails, he’s boned.
Samantha Cole
6.2.17
reptile love
reptile love

This Small Town in Canada Spent 10 Years and $2.7 Million to Save Turtles

A community bands together for the love of reptiles.
Bryson Masse
5.26.17
budgie smuggler
budgie smuggler

85 Dead Songbirds in a Suitcase Show Why Animal Trafficking Is a Major Issue

This is just a snapshot of the wider problem.
Kaleigh Rogers
5.3.17
Caribou Cameras
Caribou Cameras

Scientists Are Attaching Cameras to Caribou to Find Out Why They're Dying

Something is killing off Nunavik's caribou, and biologists believe the herd's babies may hold the answer.
Sarah Emerson
4.5.17
poaching
poaching

Ivory-Sniffing Dogs Are Running Down Poachers Across Africa

They find contraband goods in exchange for tennis balls.
William H. Funk
3.18.17
humans of the year
humans of the year

Tim Shields Wants You to Save Tortoises by Piloting Laser Robots With Your Phone

Our obsession with gaming might help us save some of our most vulnerable species.
Sarah Emerson
3.16.17
Hunters FTW
Hunters FTW

That Was Quick: Hunters Stopped a Bill to Privatize Over 3 Million Acres of Public Land

A Republican congressman introduced the bill, then withdrew it in just one week.
Kaleigh Rogers
2.2.17
Garden Warfare
Garden Warfare

How Plants Summon Insect Armies to Defend Themselves From Attackers

The sweet smell of success.
Grennan Milliken
2.2.17