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Drilling Continues on Critical Caribou Habitat in Alberta
Ecologist and Y2Y Board member Mark Hebblewhite says that oil and gas drilling is continuing on caribou habitat in Alberta, despite bans on new exploration in highly disrupted ranges
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Alberta Plans to Add 1.8 Million Hectares of Protected Range for Woodland Caribou
Ecologist and Y2Y Board member Mark Hebblewhite says it’s the most comprehensive step forward for caribou that he’s ever seen in Alberta, but he noted that it could all be for nothing if oil and gas tears it all up.
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Statement: Environmental groups call on feds to step up B.C. caribou protections
Y2Y and other conservation groups send a letter urging Canada's Environment Minister to implement protections for Southern Mountain caribou in British Columbia.
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As woodland caribou continue to face extinction in B.C., a wild biologist and two First Nations have found success reviving a herd in the province's interior. | CBC's The Current, Apr. 16, 2018
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Y2Y's Tim Burkhart comments on the B.C. draft agreement plans announced for caribou. | Rocky Mountain Goat, Apr. 9, 2019
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Y2Y's Peace River Break co-ordinator Tim Burkhart tells the story of the first - and last - caribou he saw in the wild. | British Columbia Magazine, March 2017
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B.C. caribou recovery funding announcement welcomed by Y2Y
Today Y2Y applauds an announcement from the B.C. government to spend $27-million on a comprehensive caribou recovery program in the province.
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The Southern Selkirks caribou herd once traversed the U.S.-Canada border. Biologists captured the last member of the herd this week. | Science, Jan. 17, 2019
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Caribou spotted in Montana a ray of hope, say conservationists
Recent confirmed sightings of mountain caribou in northwest Montana near the border with British Columbia are cause for hope, says staff at Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative.
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Collecting community caribou knowledge
In 2017, we awarded Dr. Naima Jutha the Sarah Baker Memorial Fund award for her ambitious project studying B.C.’s Northern Mountain population of woodland caribou. We caught up with the veterinarian and Master's student in the Department of Ecosystem and Public Health at University of Calgary to learn more about her exciting work.
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