What you need to know about the lumberwolf in Canada

CANADA — The first time the timber wolf was seen in British Columbia was in the late 1800s.But it has since grown in numbers and has become a concern in the Lower Mainland.The province’s forests are heavily logged and are being encroached upon by timber companies, causing the wolf to become a nuisance.The Department of […]

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Why can’t Canada’s wolves just stay at home?

It’s been three years since the federal government started protecting wolves in Canada’s vast forests.The last time the government protected wolves in these same areas was in 2013, and conservationists and experts alike were hopeful.But the numbers were so low, they feared, that the government wouldn’t be able to keep up.The federal government decided to […]

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Canadians in the woods for timber: Why we want to protect them

More than two decades after the federal government granted First Nations the right to log in forests and hunt in them, the federal Timber Ridge Homes Association says the government has failed to protect the forest.In a new report, the association says the federal Forest Service has “taken the wrong approach” and is undermining First […]

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The End of an Era: How a Biodiversity Extinction Could Impact the Future of Australia

Posted January 08, 2019 07:21:48 The final word on the future of our iconic species of Tasmanian Devil, the Tasmanian Timber Rattlesnakes, was written by Dr Mark Wood, a Tasmanian wildlife biologist.His latest book, The End Of An Era: The End Game For the Tasmanians’ Biodiverse, was published by Penguin Australia on Friday, January 9, […]

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