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Long before Europeans arrived, Canada's aboriginal people were applying fire to shape the bison-friendly grasslands of the Prairies and the scrub oak forests of eastern Canada. On the Pacific coast, they were cultivating cama lillies and settling
Two black bear cubs that are too habituated to people after being fed by a resident of southwestern Montana are being shipped via FedEx to an Alabama zoo. Montana Wildlife Rehabilitation Center manager Lisa Rhodin says the bears were recently
Listen Up Will Owen Pallett Win an Academy Award This Sunday? Peter Juhl Owen Pallett It's been a really crazy, busy week, Owen Pallett exclaimed as he returned Tuesday from Haiti, where he was performing with his frequent collaborators, Arcade Fire.
A government-sponsored research team has concluded there are no signs of decline among Yellowstone's grizzly bears as officials consider lifting the animals' federal protections despite warnings from outside scientists that such a move would be
In all the years there I've only seen two males bigger than her, said Mr. Marriott, who leads photo safaris in B.C. and the Arctic. For grizzly bear hunters who have been hunting in the Rockies, she would be a monster bear. Here in Banff, where I
30 Black and grizzly bears use the over and under pass crossings in Banff National Park to find mates across the Trans-Canada...Feb 22, 2014 8:43 Disabled snow monkeys are treated as equals by others.
But there has been little evidence that animals actually use the crossings.
19 February 2014 600 shares 7 View comments Colorado University veterinarians had an unusual patient on Tuesday, when a grizzly bear with two broken legs was wheeled into their operating room. The seven-year-old bear, Marley, was rescued from a
That is when the daughter of acclaimed wildlife documentary filmmakers Jeff and Sue Turner of Princeton, B.C., began making forays into the wilderness in search of grizzlies, black bears and the famed white Spirit Bears. My upbringing was unique,
Video A grizzly bear sow in the Bella Coola Valley near Tweedsmiur Park Lodge October 8, 2011. Less than two decades after biologists took dozens of wolves from Alberta to revive the species, which had been hunted to near-extinction, the suggestion