Skip to content
Join our Newsletter

Animal Stories

Pine beetles adapting to a changing climate, finds study

Pine beetles adapting to a changing climate, finds study

"The prediction is the beetle can bounce back and attack more," said the lead researcher from the University of Alberta.
‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

‘Where am I?’: Squamish paddler has magical moment with dolphin pod

Local veteran paddler surprised by close encounter with 20-plus Pacific white-sided dolphins.
This New West plant sale fundraiser will help neglected parrots

This New West plant sale fundraiser will help neglected parrots

The Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary hopes to help local residents brighten their gardens and yards while ensuring services are provided for birds in its care.
Too famous for his own good, Emerson might need to be moved away from selfie-seeking fans

Too famous for his own good, Emerson might need to be moved away from selfie-seeking fans

Fisheries agency says it has received reports of people getting their dogs and even their children to approach the elephant seal, putting both them and the animal at risk.
U.S. killer-whale catcher has advice for B.C. rescuers — build rapport with your orca

U.S. killer-whale catcher has advice for B.C. rescuers — build rapport with your orca

ZEBALLOS, B.C.
Emerson the elephant seal back in town just days after being relocated

Emerson the elephant seal back in town just days after being relocated

The elephant seal has been relocated several times but keeps returning to Greater Victoria.
Powell River Salmon Society releases chum fry into creek

Powell River Salmon Society releases chum fry into creek

Many gathered to help fish begin their epic journey
Carriage horse's fall in James Bay stemmed from harness malfunction: owner

Carriage horse's fall in James Bay stemmed from harness malfunction: owner

A long-time opponent of the horse-and-carriage business accused the company of downplaying the incident
Wild turkey breaks into Quebec long-term care home, a sign of 'exploding' population

Wild turkey breaks into Quebec long-term care home, a sign of 'exploding' population

MONTREAL — A break-in by a wild turkey at a long-term care home south of Quebec City over the weekend is a sign that the range and population of the birds are expanding in Quebec, bringing them closer to people.
Wildlife Rescue warns about the harmful effects of pest traps on wildlife

Wildlife Rescue warns about the harmful effects of pest traps on wildlife

The use of humane alternatives is highly recommended.