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Valhalla Wilderness Society works in the Canadian Selkirks of the Cabinet Purcell Mountain Corridor, protecting endangered Western toads as they migrate to and from breeding areas across busy roads.
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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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After a collapse in 2016, Alberta's Bow Valley wolf pack could see a resurgence this year. | CBC Calgary, Apr. 21, 2018
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Citizen science is being used to fuel research into how climate change affects mountain goats. | iNaturalist, May 30, 2018
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Y2Y among those eager to see the Alberta government's long-awaited plan to help protect grizzly bears and their habitat. | Edmonton Journal, June 11, 2018
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In a June 26 decision, Alberta Parks stated while the application had several positive aspects, the width of the proposed corridor at the eastern end of Smith Creek is “not satisfactory.” | Rocky Mountain Outlook, June 26, 2018
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One solution to combat fragmentation is to create natural corridors that link existing parks together. | CBC Quirks and Quarks, Nov. 7, 2017
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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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Alberta's Bow Valley is the busiest place in the world where people and grizzly bears still coexist. Living with Wildlife tells the story of how communities here have worked for more than 20 years to live alongside wildlife.
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Following a busy summer in Alberta's Bow Valley, wildlife experts ponder what measures will keep both bears and humans safe. | Avenue Calgary, April 2018
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