Tag Archive | sea ice

TV interview with Andrew Bolt in Australia talking about polar bears: the podcast

This television interview aired a few hours ago on The Bolt Report (Sky News Australia, 26 March 2019). A short excerpt was made available as a tweet but a link to the full 10 minute interview is below. Ironically, despite the huge effort made by polar bear specialists and climate change activists to silence and […]

Radio interview with Glenn Beck from 19 March 2019 talking about polar bear numbers

Yesterday I joined talk show host Glenn Beck to discuss polar bear numbers. Here is the podcast on YouTube, about 4:30 minutes: You can also just listen to the whole thing here: https://omny.fm/shows/the-glenn-beck-program/the-glenn-beck-program-hour-3-3-19-19

Now on sale: The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened

On sale at Amazon today, my new full-length science book, The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. The official book launch is 10 April in Calgary, details below. About the book The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened explains why the catastrophic decline in polar bear numbers we […]

Colleague says EATEN possibly a real service to polar bear conservation 

Today I’d like to highlight a wonderfully unbiased review of my novel written by a prominent Canadian polar bear researcher who is utterly convinced that future sea ice loss is the biggest threat to the species (and a former student of the grand-daddy of all polar bear researchers, Ian Stirling). Here is what polar bear-human […]

Polar bear comes ashore on Fogo Island near artist studio

This is the usual time for polar bear visits to northern Newfoundland but this one had a sad ending. The bear that came ashore at Deep Cove (where some of the action in EATEN takes place, near the artist studio pictured in the CTV report shown above) on Fogo Island (map below) had to be […]

Harp seal: the most abundant Arctic seal & an undervalued polar bear prey species

This post has been reblogged from PolarBearScience. The harp seal is the most abundant seal species in the northern hemisphere (estimated to number more than 9 million animals – that’s more harps than ringed seals) but are found only in the North Atlantic. Partly because they give birth on mobile pack ice, harps have their […]

More details on recent Labrador polar bear sightings – almost EATEN déjà vu

Finally, we have further details from the CBC on the report earlier this week of polar bears seen in several coastal Labrador communities, in what must be some of the earliest sightings ever documented. Statements from witnesses reveal that the polar bears weren’t just on shore, they were brazenly prowling around people’s homes looking for […]