For more than a year, a herd of elephants has been on a mysterious journey through southern China. Now, after what is likely the longest-ever trip made by elephants in the country, the wanderers may finally be heading home. The 14-strong herd was guided across the Yuanjiang river in the province of […]
This summer, 14 of the Vancouver Island marmots born at the Wildlife Conservation Centre last year were released onto the slopes of Mt. Washington and the Nanaimo Lakes area. Join us as we wish these marmots luck as they contribute to the survival of their Critically Endangered species! […]
Carry bear spray, travel in groups and make noise, parks official says. It’s berry season in Banff, and Parks Canada is advising visitors to the national park to be on the lookout for grizzly and black bears searching for food and feeding in the bushes. For the rest […]
The loneliest whale in the world lives in the north Pacific. Scientists have been tracking him on and off for more than 30 years – listening to his vocalizations as he swims back and forth across his patch of ocean, calling into the void and waiting for a […]
Great video about key facts from our dear friend the octopus! If you like these kind of videos, also have a look at “The insane biology of the Octopus”.
Kananaskis pass garners $5.7M in initial weeks of program. Conservation pass introduced June 1 after record-setting visitation strained the region. Alberta’s provincial government has reaped more than $5.7 million from Kananaskis Country passes in the inaugural weeks of the program. Visitors to Kananaskis Country were required to purchase […]
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Biologist and cultural practitioner Sam Ohu Gon III reveals the true Hawaii, a place much more than beaches and mai tais. In these islands, there is a message for the world. Senior Scientist […]
Scientists believe they may have discovered a new species of beaked whale off the western coast of Mexico.
When a trio of beaked whales surfaced off Mexico’s Pacific coast, researchers thought they’d found the elusive Perrin’s beaked whale (Mesoplodon perrini), an endangered species that’s never been officially sighted alive. But upon closer inspection, the researchers realized they may have stumbled upon something even rarer — a […]
Vancouver Island marmots may just be the antidote required for the dystopian times we are living in. If you must be trapped inside during this current winter of discontent, alone at a desk, scrolling through hours of video—best it be watching one of the most endearing animals on […]