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A bear scare in Squamish is over. It was a rare situation where a grizzly, not a black bear, was spotted wandering through a neighbourhood this afternoon. An alert was issued and hours later, the big animal was captured. Watch the VIDEO!
Is this the work of waves, a prankster or supernatural beings? The mystery of the white lines on a B.C. beach
First Nations leader says grid of shell fragments caused by ‘square waves’; scientist says it looks man made. An Indigenous leader from Haida Gwaii, B.C., says mysterious white lines he saw on a local beach are naturally created, but a scientist affiliated with the federal government is skeptical. On Monday, Billy […]
It’s not unusual to see bears and other wildlife in Whistler, B.C., Canada, but one bear seemed to want to get a taste of the high life recently. In July 2020, a black bear wandered into the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel in the world-renown ski resort’s […]
The new regulations focus on contaminants, noise, physical disturbances and access to prey. Expanded protections for endangered southern resident killer whales off British Columbia’s coast focus on contaminants, noise, physical disturbances and accessibility of chinook salmon, the orca’s primary prey. The actions announced by several government departments Thursday include […]
Although bears occasionally walk through main street in Revelstoke BC, Canada, this is the first one a black bear explores the local liquor store on the inside!
Two more Asian giant hornets have been found in Washington state, just 13 kilometres from B.C.’s border. The insects, formally known as Vespa mandarinia but sometimes called ‘murder hornets,’ are invasive to the region and known to devastate honeybee colonies. In July, the WSDA captured its first-ever live Asian giant […]
Returns of adult sockeye salmon in B.C.’s Fraser River were supposed to clock in at nearly one million this year. Instead, the forecast has been revised down to what would be a record-low return of 283,000. Head north to Yukon, and it’s a similar story. Officials had expected to see […]
When juvenile wild salmon migrate to sea this spring, there will be six fewer salmon farms on the coast of BC. According a press release from the ‘Namgis First Nation (Alert Bay), back in 2019, “three First Nations off northeastern Vancouver Island signed agreements with the federal and […]
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is aiming to protect the cost of British Columbia through Operation Virus Hunter. As part of that operation Sea Shepherd crew members have been on the water documenting a mass salmon die-off event at salmon farms within Clayoquot Sound, a UNESCO listed World Biosphere […]