The B.C. Bear Alliance is calling for more education and understanding on how to coexist with the animals in a much more peaceful way. “We’re pushing to have more ethical and humane considerations towards these animals,” said Lamb. “This little guy did not know what he was allowed to do and not allowed to do, and he was never given the chance to learn.”
The BC Bear Alliance, made up over more than two dozen bear organizations across the province, launched earlier this month. The group is dedicated to finding solutions to protect and co-exist with bears, according to Christine Miller, who was the…
The BC Bear Alliance is calling for more enforcement, accountability and education on bear management as they say too many are killed in conflicts between bears and humans.
The Sunshine Coast Bear Alliance (SCBA) has joined the newly-minted BC Bear Alliance. Launched on May 7, the BC Bear Alliance comprises more than 24 advocacy groups, including the SCBA, to advocate for improved bear management in the province.
Wildlife advocates want body cameras on B.C. conservation officers tasked with responding to bear conflicts after more than 500 black bears were killed in the past year. More than two dozen advocacy groups — from Pacific Wild to Justice for B.C. Grizzlies — have joined forces, forming the B.C. Bear Alliance. Organizers say they want to promote improved co-existence between humans and bears in B.C.
Wildlife advocates are for calling for conservation officers responding to conflicts between humans and bears in B.C. to wear body cameras. This, after more than 600 black bears were reported killed in the past year at the hands of B.C. Conservation Officer Service.
New group will use unified voice to advocate for peaceful co-existence of bruins and humans