Kamloops

At-risk B.C. badgers spotted in north Kamloops

Conservation officers were called over the weekend, when someone thought they saw a wolverine near McArthur Island. It turns out, wildlife experts say it was most likely a badger. There are only an estimated 350 badgers left in BC.

There are only 350 badgers left in B.C.

It's believed a B.C. badger was spotted near MacArthur Island park in Kamloops. There are approximately only 350 badgers left in B.C. (Karl Larsen)

The at-risk B.C. badger was recently spotted in Kamloops.
     
Conservation officers were called over the weekend, when someone thought they saw a wolverine near McArthur Island.

It turns out, wildlife experts say it was most likely a badger.

There are only an estimated 350 badgers left in BC.

Karl Larsen knows all about them.

He is a professor in Natural Resource Sciences at Thompson Rivers University.

To hear the interview, click the link: At-risk B.C. badgers spotted

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