Courage for mountain caribou

Courage for mountain caribou

Read about how a caribou antler that once belonged to a caribou from an extirpated herd in B.C.’s Peace Region has become a symbol of hope and courage for mountain caribou’s future — and how you have helped bolster that courage.

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Eyes in the field

Eyes in the field

Learn about a safe and non-intrusive way Y2Y scientists and partners monitor and track the movements of animals of all sizes.

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Seeing solutions for human-bear conflict in Yukon

Seeing solutions for human-bear conflict in Yukon

The easier it is to understand where, why and how an interaction between a bear and human happened, the easier it can be to work towards solutions that reduce the frequency of these situations. See how one of our 2019 partner grantees is telling a visual story about these interactions.

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Learning from a leader in conservation: Dr. Aerin Jacob

Learning from a leader in conservation: Dr. Aerin Jacob

Today, in her role as Y2Y’s conservation scientist, Dr. Aerin Jacob works with other scientists, decision-makers, and communities across the Yellowstone to Yukon region and beyond. Her journey as a leader in science and conservation did, however, start long before her time with Y2Y.

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Keeping toads off roads

Keeping toads off roads

Imagine a tiny toad attempting to cross a highway — that story doesn’t end well. Fortunately we have partners such as Valhalla Wilderness Society to help address this very situation that unfolds twice a year in southeastern B.C. Learn more about how one of our 2019 partner grantees helped toads get across roads safely.

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