Field Notes: Saving our bears

grizzly bear with salmon L.TavisOutpost Magazine,  April 2010, by Chris Darimont

In one of Nature’s most elegant pas de daux, salmon and bear engage in a delicate dance for survival.  The bear is losing…

We’re searching for solutions to one of the most critical questions facing coastal B.C. today: how to guarantee grizzlies enough salmon to ensure their survival. – Chis Dairmont

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Chris Genovali, executive director of Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
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