Research & Reports

Witnessing extinction – Cumulative impacts across landscapes and the future loss of an evolutionarily significant unit of woodland caribou in Canada

Research & ReportsMar 10, 2015

Habitat change is a major driver of species distribution and persistence, but there have been few recorded extinction events for terrestrial mammals across Canada. Currently, we are observing the decline, extirpation, and perhaps extinction of several evolutionarily significant units of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), an iconic and cultural keystone species.Read More

B.C. Wolf Management Plan 2014

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Grey Wolf (Canis lupus; hereafter wolf) was designated as Not at Risk by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) because it has a widespread, large population with no evidence of decline over the ... Read More