Wildlife Defence League campaigns aim to protect wildlife and conserve wild spaces.

 

Phone credit: John E. Marriott

Phone credit: John E. Marriott

Photo credit: John E. Marriott

Photo credit: John E. Marriott

Wild Cats:

Cougar, lynx and bobcat are hunted for sport throughout British Columbia, often through the use of hounds equipped with GPS collars.

Hunting regulations in the province do little to avoid orphaning kittens. While it is illegal to kill a mother cougar in the presence of her kittens, killing a mother while she has left her kittens in the safety of a nursery or rendezvous site is legal.

Our #TrophyFreeBC campaigns seeks to end the hunting of cougar, lynx and bobcat.

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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