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North Fork Bill Passed by U.S. House of Representatives

— Posted on Mar 05, 2014 03:30 PM in: Media Releases
North Fork Bill Passed by U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. bill would mirror B.C.’s 2011 legislated ban on oil and gas development in the province’s adjacent Flathead River Valley.

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Study Affirms Y2Y Strategy in Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor

— Posted on Mar 03, 2014 01:00 PM in: Updates from the Field
Study Affirms Y2Y Strategy in Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor

Current research shows that the Cabinet-Yaak area is one of the only viable linkage zones that allows Canadian and U.S. grizzly bear populations to remain connected.

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Travel Restrictions in National Park Good for Wildlife

— Posted on Feb 26, 2014 03:30 PM in: Media Releases
Travel Restrictions in National Park Good for Wildlife

The mandatory travel restriction was part of Parks Canada’s Bow Valley Action Plan approved in late 2011.

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Wildlife Corridors in the Digital Age

— Posted on Feb 24, 2014 08:30 PM in: General News
Wildlife Corridors in the Digital Age

Development is squeezing animals into smaller pockets of land, and without sufficient planning and protection, individual animal populations could find themselves increasingly isolated.

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MSU Study Shows Bear Crossings Promote Gene Flow

— Posted on Feb 23, 2014 08:30 PM in: General News
MSU Study Shows Bear Crossings Promote Gene Flow

Wildlife crossings spanning the Trans-Canada Highway are allowing grizzly and black bears to spread their genes, according to a recent research paper written by a former Montana State University graduate student.

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