WildCAM in the media

Below are some media stories featuring the work of our members!

March 24, 2024, CBC: Hundreds of photos show animal behaviour during COVID-19 lockdowns.

March 18, 2024, New York Times: Where the Wild Things went during the pandemic.

March 18, 2024, Popular Science: Nature wasn’t healing: What really happened with wildlife during pandemic lockdowns.

March 14, 2024, Vancouver Sun: Romantic ideas of wildlife 'running free' during COVID-19 lockdown overblown: UBC study.

Nov 14, 2023, CBC: Why bears are feeling more at home near people.

Jun 27, 2022, Kimberley Bulletin: They are among us: Trail cams show how close Fernie comes to meeting wildlife head-on

Feb 2, 2021, Global News:  Dr. Adam Ford (UBCO) discusses development in wildlife corridors of Alberta mountain communities.

Nov 13, 2020, Men's Journal: Study: Mountain Bikes Disturb Wildlife More Than Previously Thought

Nov 10, 2020, CBC: B.C. ecologist uses facial recognition software to track grizzly bears

Sept 28, 2020,  CTV News: Cameras show impact of recreational activities on B.C. wildlife

Sept 24, 2020, Cranbrook Daily Townsman:Wildlife camera project explores effects of forest management practices on wildlife

Aug 30, 2020, CBC: WildCAM member Jaylen Bastos shares insights about his work with camera traps for the BC Cat Count with CBC

Aug 18, 2020, Indigenous Guardians, : Indigenous Guardians partner on climate and wildlife research in the NWT

June 15, 2020, The Peter Wall Institute Magazine: Interview with WildCAM chair, Cole Burton on charismatic animals and how to live with them

May 4, 2020, CTV News: Cameras capture wildlife activity in closed B.C. park

May 8, 2020, Global News: Wildlife cameras in closed B.C. parks capture animals roaming freely

April 29, 2020, Vancouver is Awesome: 24/7 cameras capture animal activity after B.C. parks close to people


**If your work has been featured in the news, please send us an email at info@wildcams.ca so we can include it here.**