Setting a trap for beaver under the Ice

I spent a great amount of time with the Shuswap & Okanagan First Nations Peoples, learning valuable insights and gaining a great love and respect for the land. As a young man I had a yearning to go to the bush, following the tracks of animals and quickly became attuned to their world. As a trapper, I began doing public presentations bringing education to the public about trapping and conservation. Even the people who feel they have no part in killing animals, need to realize the greatest threat to wildlife is not trapping, it is loss of habitat. – Ross Hinter, Wildlife Conservationist & Educator, Alberta

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