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City of North Vancouver battling stinging fire ants in local park

City of North Vancouver battling stinging fire ants in local park

Select areas in the eastern part of Tempe Heights Park will undergo rounds of treatment for European fire ants in June
Bird flu is highly lethal to some animals, but not to others. Scientists want to know why

Bird flu is highly lethal to some animals, but not to others. Scientists want to know why

In the last two years, bird flu has been blamed for the deaths of millions of wild and domestic birds worldwide. But it seems to have hardly touched people.
This B.C. park is the largest in a decade with new expansion

This B.C. park is the largest in a decade with new expansion

A provincial park is now the largest in B.C., and is home to a threatened at-risk species.
Naturalists from qathet track abundance of wildlife on island

Naturalists from qathet track abundance of wildlife on island

Unique climate and remote location a perfect place for nesting birds
'Grolar' hybrid bears confirmed in Canadian study

'Grolar' hybrid bears confirmed in Canadian study

Few hybrid bears suggest Canadian polar bears not yet getting 'genetically swamped' by grizzlies, say researchers
Cat attacks: How to prevent them and protect local wildlife

Cat attacks: How to prevent them and protect local wildlife

A colourful bib for your cat is one way to prevent attacks.
Cowichan estuary log booms provide unfair perch for seals to prey on salmon: study

Cowichan estuary log booms provide unfair perch for seals to prey on salmon: study

Combined with low river flows caused by drought, it’s contributing to declining salmon populations in the beleaguered estuary
B.C.'s drought: Beekeepers say heat, temperature swings, dry conditions impacting colonies

B.C.'s drought: Beekeepers say heat, temperature swings, dry conditions impacting colonies

Bees and other pollinators are a key part of a healthy local ecosystem. Without them, much of the produce in B.C. and beyond would not exist.
B.C. coal mining company penalized $41,100

B.C. coal mining company penalized $41,100

Between 2020 and 2023, the company failed to properly monitor mine waste flowing into a nearby fish-bearing tributary, according to a recent decision.
Opinion: The emerald ash borer has arrived in B.C. — what can we do about it?

Opinion: The emerald ash borer has arrived in B.C. — what can we do about it?

The emerald ash borer is a destructive invasive pest which has killed tens of millions of trees across North America and has now been sighted in Vancouver.
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