The B.C. government maintains the cull is necessary to protect the province’s caribou herds, but opponents argue the only way to save the dwindling populations is through habitat protection.

Source: 163 wolves killed in second year of B.C.’s controversial cull    There were twice as many wolves killed in the second year of B.C.’s controversial cull than the first, the government revealed Tuesday. A total of 163 wolves were shot from helicopters over the winter in the South Selkirk and South Peace regions, compared to … Continue reading The B.C. government maintains the cull is necessary to protect the province’s caribou herds, but opponents argue the only way to save the dwindling populations is through habitat protection.

News on the B. C. Wolf Cull

Wildlife group calls wolf cull practices into question Mike Carter / Alaska Highway News March 2,    As the province shifts the focus of its wolf cull to the South Peace, an environmental group continues to raise questions about the use of a "Judas wolf" to track and kill the predators during last year's cull … Continue reading News on the B. C. Wolf Cull

Reader Response: B. C. Wolf Cull

Pets are protected but wolves are not  Re: “Wolf cull shifts to northeast B.C.,” Feb. 20, and “New B.C. protections for pets unveiled,” Feb. 23.  I find it interesting that Premier Christy Clark would appear before the media touting new rules for puppy mills while wolves are being chased down to exhaustion, then shot at from helicopters by … Continue reading Reader Response: B. C. Wolf Cull