Scientist developing tool for wildlife in the Bow Valley

Photo by Kristy Davison.

Photo by Kristy Davison.

Scientist Adam Ford says research can help improve the fate of grizzly bears, wolves and cougars in the Bow Valley.

Ford, who's now a professor at the University of British Columbia, Kelowna campus, said large carnivore populations tend to decline as human population increases.

He's been evaluating the wildlife corridors in the Rocky Mountains and is expected to issue a report in the coming weeks. 

We'll have all of the details on this site, but you can read some of his past work in this story.


Colette Derworiz