Too many grizzly bears killed in B.C. to sustain populations

An independent, peer-reviewed study of the provincial grizzly bear hunt management program has found that there is too much uncertainty to guarantee that certain populations will survive. Kyle Artelle is lead author of the study. He is a PhD student at SFU and a biologist with the Raincoast Foundation. Kyle Artell speaks with Redeye host Lorraine Chisholm. 

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