Ep. 09: Balancing Tourism with Conservation in Banff National https://youtu.be/8MRaOrQftxg More information at Exposed with John E Marriott More about John Get exposed to the world of one of Canada's premier professional wildlife and nature photographers. EXPOSED with John E. Marriott is the culmination of his life’s work — a documentary-style, no-holds-barred web series in … Continue reading A Wildlife Photographer Raises Concerns on Balancing Tourism & Conservation in a Canadian National Park
Source: National Geographic Weird & Wild Meet the Rare Swimming Wolves That Eat Seafood By Alexandra E. Petri August 3, 2016 Unlike their interior cousins, coastal wolves of Vancouver Island live with two paws in the ocean and two paws on land. https://youtu.be/S_zD4N2NqWQ They move like ghosts along the shorelines of Canada's Vancouver Island, so elusive … Continue reading National Geographic’s first YouTube series, wild_life with bertie gregory, which launches August 3.
Awhile back I messaged John E Marriott and asked if I could use his photographs on my blog. I've been a fan of his work ever since. This blog post is full of my favorite photographs from John E Marriott's Wilderness Prints enjoy the view! Wild Wolf Pup by John E Marriott "I am not formally … Continue reading A collection of favorite wolf photographs by Canadian Wilderness photographer John E Marriott
By Phil Heidenreich Online journalist Global News Source EDMONTON – The fire that swept through Fort McMurray and still rages through the northern forest likely destroyed all wildlife in its path, according to one expert. But the disaster’s impact on wildlife has yet to be documented. https://youtu.be/7E_OLgC4nV0 “There’s not very much that can survive those fires,” … Continue reading Fort McMurray wildfire likely killed all wildlife in its path: expert
Source: ERIC VOLMERS, CALGARY HERALD More from Eric Volmers, Calgary Herald Published on: April 22, 2016 A Calgary TV documentary investigating Alberta’s management of wolves has picked up a prestigious international award from the Humane Society. Geordie Day’s Unnatural Enemies: The War on Wolves, which was produced by Pyramid Productions, aired last May on CTV … Continue reading Calgary documentary about wolves wins Humane Society’s Genesis Award
https://vimeo.com/159136989 Coyote-Wolf-Bear Education Initiative involves Sampson, Barron and McIntosh. Taking to the road traveling town to town, engaging citizens. Removing the myths regarding coyote, wolf and bear. Stay tuned for more to come! Meet our team! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (copy and paste email).
This is a real safety concern for recreational users along public trails. Source: Shooting of wolves prompts warning Increase in hunting activity on trail network concerns residents Chris Bolster / Powell River Peak April 6, 2016 The recent shooting of three wolves near Duck Lake is a warning for residents to take care while on the … Continue reading Increase in wolf hunting activity on trail network concerns residents in B.C., Canada.
Government is finally listening to science. Source: April 6, 2016 Ontario Government Scraps Proposal to Increase Hunting of Wolves and Coyotes Animal protection and conservation groups encourage responsible approach to wildlife management Humane Society International/Canada, Animal Alliance of Canada, Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada, Born Free, Canadians for Bears, Coyote Watch Canada, Earthroots, Wolf … Continue reading In Canada, Ontario government decides to scrap their ill-advised proposal to increase the hunting of wolves and coyotes.
British Columbia Government Using ‘Judas’ Wolf in Unethical Hunt, Say Wildlife Advocates BY ELIZABETH CLAIRE ALBERTS – MARCH 9, 2016 Collared wolf may be kept alive to help government track and kill pack members time and time again The mass killing of gray wolves in British Columbia (BC) has ignited a bitter feud between Canadian … Continue reading The Latest News on Brittish Columbia’s Unethical Wolf Hunt from Earth Island Journal
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