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Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat Take Action

Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat

Let B.C. and Canada know we need to do more for caribou recovery.

Appropriate development How: Protect. Connect. Inspire.

Appropriate development

Development and conservation do not have to be in opposition. Learn how we assess projects.

Highway 1 Overpass What: Hot Projects

Highway 1 Overpass

Help solve the problem of a major barrier to Bow Valley wildlife along the Trans-Canada Highway.

Draft agreements reached in B.C. to protect caribou, long-term plan in works Y2Y in the News

Draft agreements reached in B.C. to protect caribou, long-term plan in works

Tim Burkhart discusses the agreement between B.C., Ottawa, the West Moberly and Saulteau First Nations — one of two caribou agreements announced.

Environmental group calls for reduced speed limit along highway Y2Y in the News

Environmental group calls for reduced speed limit along highway

Y2Y suggests interim changes to speed limits on a section of Highway 1 near Banff National Park following a number of wildlife-vehicle collisions.

Seasonal road closure helps wildlife Y2Y in the News

Seasonal road closure helps wildlife

Y2Y's Aerin Jacob comments on a Parks Canada study that shows Bow Valley Parkway closure improves quality of spring habitat.

Room to roam: How animals benefit from wildlife corridors Y2Y in the News

Room to roam: How animals benefit from wildlife corridors

Ecologist Jodi Hilty explains what conservationists have learned about linking critical habitat areas together.

Amphibians of Kananaskis Country Events

Amphibians of Kananaskis Country

Join Kris Kendell, biologist with Alberta Conservation Association, for an informative presentation about the amphibians of Kananaskis Country.

New wolf deaths raise call for 'buffer zone' outside Banff National Park Y2Y in the News

New wolf deaths raise call for 'buffer zone' outside Banff National Park

Jodi Hilty discusses how wildlife don’t recognize boundaries, and radio collars provide no protection against traplines.