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Making history in the Flathead
New recommendations for protections in the U.S. portion of the Flathead River Valley spanning British Columbia (B.C.) and Montana have us cheering.
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Ottawa orders B.C. to act to save threatened caribou
Conservationists warned this spring that some of these caribou populations have declined to the point where they are, effectively, extinct. | Globe and Mail, May 6, 2018
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Canada invokes previously unused section of Species at Risk Act to protect mountain caribou in B.C.’s Peace Region
Y2Y calls for aggressive habitat protection and restoration measures
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Stand with First Nations against B.C's destructive dam
Sign this petition against British Columbia's Site C dam.
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The battle to save the only herd of caribou in the lower 48 states has been lost. | New York Times, Apr. 14, 2018
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Protect B.C.'s caribou habitat
Let B.C. and Canada know we need to do more for caribou recovery.
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Environmental groups call for immediate and full protection for all critical mountain caribou habitat in B.C. | Nelson Daily, Apr. 15, 2018
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The Gray Ghost caribou herd in the southern Selkirk Mountains is “functionally extinct,” despite a decade worth of interventions by governments to save them. | Vancouver Sun, Apr. 17, 2018
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Experts fear only three of South Selkirk herd, which moves from Canada into Idaho and Washington, survived winter – all female. | The Guardian, Apr. 19, 2018
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British Columbia's South Purcell herd, which ranges north of Kimberley, is down to four caribou. | CBC News, Apr. 26, 2018
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