Giving B.C.’s caribou a fighting chance

Giving B.C.’s caribou a fighting chance

Dr. Clayton Lamb received a two-year Liber Ero post-doctoral fellowship to work on the recovery of the Central Group of southern mountain caribou in B.C.’s Peace Region. Read more on how he will work closely with First Nations partners, Y2Y, Wildlife Infometrics, and government to support recovery efforts.

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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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