STORIES BY ANDREW
Hannah and the Wolf
Meet Hannah Barron - a conservation biologist who knows what she’s looking for in the field. This story follows Hannah as she braves mosquitos, mud and sun to get what she’s after.
What a Cree community in northern Ontario has to say about climate change.
Tracks in the Mud
Polar Bear Provincial Park lies on the southern shore of Hudson Bay. Keep going south and you will find a Cree community of 300 people called Peawanuck. The residents of Peawanuck know the bears well. They also know what losing the bears will mean for their community.
The Hunt For Scat
Ontario's Algonquin wolf is under threat. The number of mature individuals in the province is believed to be under 300. So how to protect an illusive creature that's hard to spot on a good day? You start by having the best possible data. And to do that, you need wolf scat.
Kings of the Concrete - 360° VR Video
A dedicated team in is working to protect the urban nesting peregrine falcon. After nearly going extinct last century, these raptors are a strong indicator for how the environment is doing. Mark Nash and his team want to see the peregrine falcon flourish - and they're using some innovative techniques to make that happen.
The Old Man of Algonquin Park
Why we’re loving our animals to death - literally. This story looks at one of Algonquin Park’s most beloved animals and what happens when we get too close.