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CBC Radio One Calgary Eyeopener

Alberta Wildlife
with Dianne Wittner

Every second Thursday, we learn about Alberta's wildlife with Dianne Wittner. Dianne is a wildlife biologist who works at the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation in Madden.

Baby badgers and other spring babies (6:52)

Abandoned baby badger being cared for at the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation in Madden.
Apr 23:
Our wildlife columist Dianne Wittner brings us the story of an abandoned baby badger. She also has some advice for us, if we come across baby animals this spring.

Coyotes (7:30)
Apr 09: Now that it's spring, we're seeing more coyotes in the city, and that is a concern for people with children and small pets. Dianne talks about how to avoid conflicts with coyotes.

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