Raincoast has been pushing the idea of animal welfare considerations in wildlife management. The topic was addressed at the Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference where Raincoast presented two papers.
This paper examines genetic differentiation in a population of southwestern Manitoba wolves. Published in Conservation Genetics
Stronen et al. 2012 Simulating effects of human disturbance on a wolf population in Manitoba, Canada
A new book chapter by Raincoast senior scientist Dr. Paul Paquet and co-authors discusses the ecological role of large carnivores on the landscape…
Exposure to infectious agents in dogs in remote coastal British Columbia: Possible sentinels of diseases in wildlife and humans. Heather M. Bryan, Chris T. Darimont, Paul C. Paquet, John A. Ellis, Noriko Goji, Maëlle Gouix, Judit E. Smits Citation: Bryan, Heather M., Chris T. Darimont, Paul C. Paquet, John A. Ellis, Noriko Goji, Maëlle Gouix, and Judit E. […]
Raincoast researchers publish paper on unexpected discovery. Conservation research can lead to unexpected findings. Sometimes these surprises relate to our core questions while other times they belong in a science fiction film. One of these findings occurred while we were studying diseases that might harm wildlife in coastal BC. Though not what we set out […]