North Shore Black Bear Society
Keep Bears Wild
This amazing book is now available in paperback on Amazon.ca! It contains contributions by so many dedicated people from many countries who continue to work on animal welfare issues with remarkable success; yet, some of their stories of challenge and loss are truly heart-wrenching. There is also a variety of topics in this anthology about challenges in the bear world (and beyond) that are less well known. Bear Necessities: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Sanctuary and Advocacy is educational, enlightening and inspirational. In this one special volume we have on-the-ground experience and knowledge from around the world. This anthology is a treasure for anyone who values and respects wildlife, and wants to know what is being done - and needs to be done - to improve the conditions of bears around the world.
The North Shore Black Bear Society is especially proud as it contains an article by one of our long-time volunteers, Mick Webb. It is called “Cleaning up a Community for Black Bears.”
Photo: S. Thoma
Beware bird lovers! Suet and seed feeders are keeping some bears from wanting to den for the winter. They just can’t settle when they smell that high caloric food. Please do not leave any feeders out for long periods of time and hang them high and away from your windows and doors. There are several bears in North and West Vancouver that need to start their winter rest, and the removal of unnatural food sources can help.
North Shore Black Bear Society c/o 355 West Queens Road North Vancouver, BC V7N 4N5
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