Their land: last of the caribou herd
In the face of imminent extinction, First Nations communities are taking extreme measures to save their last caribou herds in the South Peace region of Northern BC, where logging, oil, gas and coal extraction industries have significantly altered the landscape.
Birds of the Okanagan: A Vanishing Legacy
Birder, biologist and author Dick Cannings searches for birds at risk in his home region of the Okanagan, the most diverse place for breeding birds in North America.
Badgers of 100 Mile
Persecuted by landowners, run over by cars, displaced by urban development, the American badger is one of BC’s most endangered mammals, with less than 300 animals left in the province. Scientists are learning what it takes to conserve this little - known species.
About The Attending Filmmaker
Based in Vancouver, Isabelle Groc is an award-winning writer, wildlife photographer and filmmaker. She focuses on environmental science, wildlife natural history and conservation, endangered species, marine mammals and ecosystems, and the changing relationships between people and their environments. Her stories and photographs have appeared in National Geographic News, BBC Wildlife, Canadian Wildlife, New Scientist, Scientific American, and many other publications. A fellow of the Explorers Club, Isabelle has travelled to remote places to raise the profile of many little-known, elusive and under-appreciated threatened species, aiming to inspire concern and action for their conservation through her films and journalism.