How to electric fence for bears
This video provides basic information on how to install effective electric fencing to protect all kinds of agricultural attractants from black and grizzly bears!
2018-2020 Hunting & Trapping Regulations
The hunting and Trapping Regulation is a summary of the B.C. hunting and trapping regulations made under the Wildlife Act, prepared for the convenience of hunters and trappers.
The Regulations Synopsis:
Sets out general hunting information
Summarizes important hunting regulations
Defines open seasons with maps indicating closed areas
Livestock Protection Program B.C.
Effective January 1, 2016, the Livestock Protection Program will provide verification and mitigation of wolf and coyote attacks on cattle, dairy cows and sheep in B.C. All other predation issues will continue to be handled by the Conservation Officer Service.
Electric fencing is a great option for securing your backyard chickens, beehives, fruit trees, and more. WildSafeBC strives to be the go-to resource for electric fencing and their page will continue to be updated as WildSafeBC produce more related contents.
Non-Lethal Techniques to Reduce Conflicts with Grizzly Bears: Electric Fencing and Bear Spray by Helen Davis
This report summarizes the current state of knowledge regarding the use of electric fencing and bear spray to reduce human-grizzly bear conflict in British Columbia (BC), identify industries, activities, and land-uses that occur in BC that have the potential to create conflict, and identify target audiences and partners within BC that could use information to better inform their practices to reduce human-bear conflict. This report is an outcome of the Grizzly Bear Foundation’s Board of Inquiry.