B.C.’s Grizzlies and Human-Caused Mortality in 2016
David Suzuki Foundation
Biodiversity species at risk, conservation, climate change, British Columbia, industry, grizzly bears, land use, sports and recreation
British Columbia’s grizzly bears are among the most vulnerable large animals on the continent. The threats to grizzly bears are still largely human-caused. They include climate change, loss of habitat from industrial and recreational development and unsustainable mortality rates from direct causes such as trophy hunting.