Wildlife populations declined by an average of 60% over the last four decades
A female polar bear guards a fresh bearded seal kill on the frozen Templefjord in Svalbard, Norway during the winter sunset. This won the best Polar Bear photography award determined by FIAP, the International Federation of Photographic Art, at the World Arctic Award. Prints are available from Joshua Holko’s website. Image Credit: Photograph by Joshua […]
Looks like bear killing in British Columbia, Canada, is in full swing.
These dead Grizzlies are referred to as ‘trophies’ by these kind of of people!
This is basically wanton killing for killing sake. Tell your governments in British Columbia and Alaska you don’t want this…
This Nunatsiaq News editorial is worth a read (2 January 2019): Meet our newsmaker of the year: the polar bear. “But for this year, we’re not choosing a person. For 2018, our newsmaker of the year designation goes to an entire species: the polar bear. To earn that, the humble polar bear didn’t have to […]
Justin’s whole body pained as he watched this starving polar bear at an abandoned hunter’s camp, in the Canadian Arctic, slowly heave itself up to standing. With little, and thinning, ice to move around on, the bear is unable to search for food.
An American black bear salmon fishing While on an Alaskan cruise my wife chose an excursion where we flew by float plane from Ketchikan to Neets Bay in the Tongas National Forest to hopefully see some ‘wild’ black bears in their natural habitat salmon fishing. We were not disappointed Image Credit: Photograp by JennerTaylor/GuardianWitness Source: […]