The pine marten is an elusive nocturnal mammal about the size of a house cat. Studies show that martens cannot tolerate habitat fragmentation.
Timber wolf in a snowstorm. This species now occupies only 59% of its former range in North America.
Adult male polar bears play and wrestle in Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada.
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The Vancouver Island marmot (Marmota Vancouverensis) is only found on Vancouver Island and is unique to Canada. This animal is easily identified by its unique appearance. It is also Canada's most endangered species.
Pine Martens need wild forests to thrive.
Timber wolf near Massey in central Ontario. Ontario wolves, while not deemed to be a "species at risk" in Canada, still need more protection from hunting, trapping and habitat loss.
Grizzly Bear cub in the Khutzeymateen Provincial Park on the North Coast of British Columnbia near Prince Rupert. Currently it is BC's only Grizzly Bear sanctuary.
The Pacific Coast's iconic Killer Whale.
About 400 Spirit Bears (Ursus americanus kermodei) live on the north-central B.C. coast, where about one in ten black bears have a white coat.
Prairie long-tailed weasels live in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba.
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