Listen Live
Home Tags Chris Doyle

Tag: Chris Doyle

Bear Problems In BC Hike Startlingly

Human conflicts with bears are increasing across B.C. That's according to the Conservation Officer Service, who note over 10,000 documented calls regarding human-bear conflicts since April 1st. One reason for the increase, states Deputy Chief Chris...

COs warn motorists to watch out for bears

The Conservation Officer Service is reminding motorists to not stop to look at bears on the side of the highway. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle says it's common to see bears on the side of...

Cougar encounters still a problem

Most bears have moved into their dens for the winter, but there are plenty of cougars out and about. Residents on the coast are being reminded to be aware of them. Deputy Chief of...

BC Conservation reminding users to follow rules of off-road vehicles

Conservation officers are reminding people to follow the rules when it comes to off-road vehicles. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle of the BC Conservation Officer Service says it's one of the focus areas of enforcement for...

Active start to the fall season for BC conservation officers

The BC Conservation Officer Service had a busy start to the fall this year. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle provided a provincial overview of human-wildlife conflicts from this season so far, and he says since September...

Avoiding conflicts with bears

The BC Conservation Officer Service is asking people to make sure fruit trees are picked promptly. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle says the number of human-wildlife conflicts has gone up significantly in the last month....

Human-wildlife conflicts

The BC Conservation Officer Service continues to field complaints of wildlife. Deputy Chief Chris Doyle says since April 1, the C­O­S has received over 23­ hundred human-wildlife conflict reports. He notes that on average every...
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -