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Report observations: we fixed the map, and you can now upload multiple photos

Report observations: we fixed the map, and you can now upload multiple photos

We continue to collect wolverine sightings from throughout Canada, but especially our study areas in British Columbia, and will for the foreseeable future. We (finally) fixed some of the most common problems people encountered:

  • – You can now upload multiple photos
  • – You can now upload videos (we adjusted file size upper limits)
  • – The map works again

We can’t follow up with every submission right away, but will contact you if we have further questions. Every submission is valuable, especially those with photos and videos, and we have learned a lot from them.

If your observation was made in an area where another project is taking place, we usually forward it to the local biologist (e.g. in the US, or in Ontario).

Keep them coming! It’s incredible where wolverines will show up!

Film Tour in the Kootenays: Nov/Dec 2019

Film Tour in the Kootenays: Nov/Dec 2019

Ever wanted to see a real wolverine biologist? Do you live in BC’s Kootenay Region? Join us for a screening of the 20-minute film Chasing a Trace in your community. The film is followed by a presentation from one of our biologists, who will be highlighting wolverine research happening in the region.

Info on dates and locations: https://wildsight.ca/events/chasing-a-trace-wolverine-film-tours-the-kootenays/

Get your wolverine questions ready and book a ticket! The events are organized by Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Y2Y) and Wildsight. Thank you also to our tour sponsors and partners: Columbia Basin Trust, MEC and Ambler.