grizzly trophy hunt

Two grizzly bears captured on Cormorant Island near Alert Bay by conservation officers Sept. 22, 2016. Habitat loss and human conflict are significant threats to B.C. grizzly populations. (B.C. Conservation Officer Service)

UPDATE: Grizzly bear trophy hunting over in B.C.

Now only Indigenous people can hunt bears for meat

 

President of the Northwest Guide Outfitters Ron Fleming at the awards presentation in Smithers Dec. 2. (Michael Grace-Dacosta photo)

Local guides aren’t happy with grizzly ban

Guides say new ban could end businesses, including first nations outfitters and float planes.

 

Grizzly bear caught in a wolf trap, freed unharmed near Invermere, October 2016. (B.C. Conservation Officer Service)

Habitat loss greatest threat to B.C. grizzly bears

B.C. NDP government focused on grizzly trophy hunt

 

Grizzly bears need to be managed

Grizzly bears need to be managed

Editor: Re: Tom Fletcher’s column titled ‘The NDP’s grizzly trophy hunt ban…

  • Aug 30, 2017
Grizzly bears need to be managed
Killing bears, one way or another

Killing bears, one way or another

Editor: Re: Tom Fletcher’s column titled ‘The NDP’s grizzly trophy hunt ban…

  • Aug 30, 2017
Killing bears, one way or another