Devin Manky Testimony

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Scholarly level: 
Undergraduate student
Date created: 
2015-03-09
Keywords: 
Refuge for Endangered Wildlife
Grouse Mountain rehabilitation conservation
Grizzly bears
Black bears
Spotted owls
North Vancouver
Wind turbines
Education
Devin Manky
Indigenous environmental justice
Abstract: 

Devin Manky is Wildlife Manager at Refuge for Endangered Wildlife on Grouse Mountain, in North Vancouver, British Columbia. His work with the refuge has focused on the conservation and rehabilitation of Grizzly bears and Black bears, and providing public education and awareness surrounding these issues, while promoting environmental stewardship and sustainability.

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Language: 
English
Document type: 
Video
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