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In this episode of the Wild Lives podcast,. Award-winning film-maker, wildlife photographer and Pacific Wild conservation leader Ian McAllister talks all things Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia.
Naturalist and bird expert Justin Hawco joins the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast to share his intriguing (and hilarious) tales of working with puffins and more seabirds in Newfoundland, Canada.
In this podcast episode, acclaimed wildlife photographer and Arctic expedition leader Jad Davenport shares his amazing tales of close encounters with wolves and polar bears in Arctic Canada’s wild Hudson Bay Area.
Meet the Spirit Bears of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, in this podcast with naturalist Jack Plant
In this podcast episode, we speak to killer whale expert Paulo O’Connor about his wild experiences with orcas in the Salish Sea, BC Canada
INTERVIEW: BEHIND THE SCENES OF CANADA’S YUKON WILDLIFE PRESERVE WITH WILDLIFE EXPERT, LINDSAY CASKENETTE
The Yukon Wildlife Preserve, in Canada’s Yukon Territory, is a must-visit for wildlife photographers and nature lovers who travel to Whitehorse.
Great Bear is one of the last remaining tracts of temperate rainforest on the planet – it sprawls along the remote west coast of British Columbia, Canada, almost twice the size of Belgium. And though logging is permitted in some spots, there’s still plenty of virgin old growth forest around Smith Inlet, where you’ll find […]
Churchill is no resort town, but it certainly puts on a show for summer. When I visit in July, the tundra’s carpeted in psychedelic shrubs, the estuary looks like it’s boiling with beluga whales, and the polar bears are still chubby from winter feasting. It’s the, er, polar opposite of what you can expect from […]
Here in Churchill, on the icy banks of Hudson Bay in Manitoba, Canada, it feels like I’ve travelled to the very edge of the Earth. It’s late autumn and the snow’s tumbling, 30km/h winds are whistling and the temperature’s swinging between -2C and -18C (quite tropical compared to winter, when temps can dip as low […]
I didn’t see a single horse in Whitehorse. But grizzlies? Elk? Sled dogs? Yukon count on them in the capital of Canada’s western frontier (yeah, that’s a crap pun, sorry). The Yukon Territory is a Faunographer’s happy place – an epic wilderness of 475,000km2 bordering Alaska and stretching high into the Arctic Circle, as you […]