The British Columbia government wants to open two big areas of the province, one just north of the U.S.-Canada border, to the trophy hunting of grizzly bears, arguing against the advice of bear researchers that populations of “ursus horribilis” can ...
Project to mine world's largest copper-nickel deposit promises at least 500 years of contamination, according to report
Hearings to open in Fort St. John for an environmental review of another Peace River dam – Site C
Moscow is due to play host to an international forum on the conservation of polar bear in the next decade, on the 4th through the 6th of this month, with the conferees due to sum up the results of the effort to that end since the Agreement on the ...
The headline "America's Pest Problem" boldly dominated the cover of the Dec. 9, issue of Time magazine, while featuring a photo of a female whitetail deer. The cover story relates that the pest problem goes far beyond having too many deer, but also ...
Caught baiting bears, Ronald Martin, 72, has been banned from ever guiding in the state of Alaska again. Now he’s facing charges relating to illegal sheep and moose hunts in Yukon.
ANTES FORT, Pa. - A few miles outside of Jersey Shore, Stan and Rob Shrader are parked next to the Antes Fort firehall in their green pickup, waiting on the game commission.
by Heather M. Bryan, Chris T. Darimont, Paul C. Paquet, Katherine E. Wynne-Edwards, Judit E. G. Smits Physiological indicators of social and nutritional stress can provide insight into the responses of species to changes in food availability.
Slate: Y'hear the one about the hockey player that killed a bear in Canada? Here's the rest of the story
No, Tracker readers probably did not hear about the five year old grizzly bear, nicknamed Cheeky by locals in a largely forested stretch of British Columbia, that a professional hockey player killed last May. It was a legal shot.