This is a very interesting company and I think this is definitely as step in the right direction: vrsafetytraining.ca Based in Prince George, VR Safety Training Solutions develops safety training programs that immerse you in the experience. From dangerous wildlife safety to tactical enforcement, they create safety training scenarios designed to prevent injury and save lives.
Between May 15th – May 25th I again had the honor of exploring Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest and sharing some pretty incredible moments with Grizzly Bears. I continue to be amazed by these majestic animals and their graceful sense of power. It’s reassuring to know that these animals can no longer be hunted for trophy’s in the province of British Columbia.
Someone told me recently that their little boy still has my Bear calendar from a few years ago hanging up on his wall. Apparently the images captured his imagination and he hopes to see Bears when he gets older. That’s pretty neat! You just never know what will happen after you press the shutter and how a picture may change the trajectory of someone else’s life or what it may inspire them… Read More
This is your opportunity to let government know that you want a total and complete ban on killing Grizzly Bears, across all of British Columbia. Email email@example.com and CC the following: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org If you live in B.C. please copy to your MLA as well. You can click on this link to find your MLA and contact info: https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members While the killing of Grizzly Bears for any reason, can be a… Read More
There’s still some concerns perhaps but for the most part this is a HUGE VICTORY! Regardless of political affiliation, those who love wildlife have to agree! I applaud all those involved in helping to make this a reality! Read more about this here: cbc.ca/â€¦/plan-to-end-grizzly-trophy-hunting-in-bc-announced-1.4247060
The small silver Pacific Herring (Clupea pallasii) is considered a foundation species for the B.C. coast because of the contribution it makes as an ecosystem driver for both the marine and terrestrial realms. In early spring, the annual herring spawn provides a rush of nutrients at a critical time of year to a plethora of wildlife, including seabirds, marine mammals, wolves and bears. Herring may spawn up to ten times in their lives…. Read More