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Undercurrent is an investigative series from the award-winning journalists at The Narwhal. In Season 1: Bear 148, host Molly Segal investigates the life and death of a beloved grizzly bear in Alberta's Bow Valley. Was Bear 148 in the wrong? Or were we? Either way, it was the bear that ended up dead.

Undercurrent: Bear 148 The Narwhal

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Undercurrent is an investigative series from the award-winning journalists at The Narwhal. In Season 1: Bear 148, host Molly Segal investigates the life and death of a beloved grizzly bear in Alberta's Bow Valley. Was Bear 148 in the wrong? Or were we? Either way, it was the bear that ended up dead.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
186 Ratings

186 Ratings

Desynk ,

Fantastic

This was a fantastic podcast to listen to and very fascinating.

Pie marsh. ,

Beautiful story telling/reporting

I live on the other edge of B.C. and living with wildlife is something I love. Every day I get to go to work in the bustling city of Vancouver to then be able to go home and bike up the north shore mountains having to be cautious even walking my dog in our yard for bears and cougars and all wild life. We as humans just need to understand that there are levels of respect needed and to help each other as need (like not leaving food around) and this podcast really brings that to light. I wish there was more!

bailsb. ,

Proud

As an Albertan who visits the canmore + banff area multiple times a month, I have also become attached to the scenic views and the wonderful wildlife that comes with it. Although tragic and disheartening what happened to bear 148. I’m so glad this podcast + more discussion of wildlife has come from it. Eye opening for those who may not have thought of the local wildlife in this light before. I can only hope that lessons are learned from this terrible loss. And hopefully people start taking responsibility and respect of those around us without voices and who have lived on this land for much longer then we have. Thumbs up to the cast of this podcast. Thank you for speaking on behalf of those who cannot!

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