Wildlife Corridors and Crossings

For centuries, urban development has created literal barriers to important ecosystems and segmented habitats for wildlife. This is particularly true since the start of the automotive industry and the creation of a large network of roads and highways, a trend...

The Coastal Wolves of British Columbia

Along the coast of British Columbia, there are two unique wolf populations but the more interesting of the two is the coastal wolf. The coastal wolves are gray wolves that are found on mainland British Columbia and Vancouver Island and have been known to feed on fish...