Peer reviewed study shows lethal wolf control has statistical flaws

In BC, the provincial government estimates that some 1,200 wolves are killed on an annual basis for recreational purposes. Hundreds more are killed by government sanctioned culls. Both actions are ineffective and unethical. In July 2020, a peer-reviewed study, co-authored by Raincoast’s Chris Darimont, was published that indicated that research used to rationalize lethal wolf control as a recovery…

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