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Simon’s story has been made into a children’s book, ‘A Voice for the Spirit Bears’ by Carmen Oliver, and he is interviewed about the book and his work in this month’s Canadian Geographic digital edition. Simon is always embarrassed when […]
This Earth Week, and every day, help us bring nature literacy to life for high school classrooms. What’s the colour game? Why do you pump your fist when driving through Nanton, Alberta? Why would you waddle through waist high snow, […]
Ghost Bear is very excited to announce a new partnership for Nature Labs – University of Calgary and the Werklund School of Education.We will be working together to promote experiential, inquiry and place-based education for their teachers-in-training, with Nature Labs […]
This morning, Canadian newspaper columnist Andrew Coyne wrote: “…all of us are morally responsible for the things we say, or do not say. Each of us is part of a moral order…it is our duty to sustain (it)…” And we […]
With news that grizzly bears are emerging from their dens, today (like many days) we are reminded of the iconic Yellowstone bear, Scarface. He taught more people about the importance of nature than almost any wild animal in history. And […]
Ghost Bear Institute is proud to share with you our 2018 annual report. After our first 10 months of operation, officially incorporating in February of 2018, we are pleased to report a year-one balanced budget and the achievement of significant milestones […]
In case you missed it on social media yesterday, we are excited to announce our new partnership with BC Parks and Mount Robson Provincial Park, part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. Help us create a world […]
Want to know a great way to shed 10lbs in one day? Spend the day trying to get ahead of a fox, without disturbing it’s natural habits and capture it on camera with extremely heavy tripods and lenses.