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Pacific white-sided dolphins swim alongside a killer whale, as seen from the air.

Pacific white-sided dolphins hanging around with resident killer whales

We all need friends.  If you’re a Pacific white-sided dolphin that might include your resident buddies. Scientists with Ocean Wise have documented the dolphins hanging around resident (and fish eating) killer whales. Expert Lance Barrett-Lennard suggests they …

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A black bear tears open a salmon in the stream.

Biodiversity matters: diversity of salmon species is more important to black bears than simply the total amount of salmon

Biodiversity matters.  New research published today by Raincoast, Spirit Bear Research Foundation and The University of Victoria shows that the diversity of salmon species is more important to black bears than simply the total amount of salmon …

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Black bear in a creek.

Join us in Whistler for the next One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit

Will you be joining us in Whistler for the next One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit? Saturday, December 8th: 7-930pm at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler, BC. Presented by Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Grizzly Bear Foundation and sponsored …

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