Our work aims to protect wildlife & conserve habitat.

 

Phone credit: John E. Marriott

Phone credit: John E. Marriott

Photo credit: John E. Marriott

Photo credit: John E. Marriott

Wild Cats:

Wildlife Defence League’s Wildcat Project works to conserve mountain lion, lynx and bobcat populations and their habitat. We advocate for coexistence, use the best available science and take on a compassionate approach founded in the belief that these cats have a right to live free from persecution.

Wildcats face numerous conservation challenges in a changing world, including the effects of climate change, human expansion, hunting, trapping and habitat destruction.

Using a combination of fieldwork, advocacy, education and outreach, we seek to ensure these animals and their habitat are protected for future generations.

Mountain caribou & the Wolf cull

The government of British Columbia announced has been culling wolves in a misguided effort to save endangered caribou from extinction but wolves are not to blame. Decades of industrial expansion into critical caribou habitat has decimated their populations.

Our work seeks to protect mountain caribou and their habitat and end the wolf cull.


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