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From flying ants to bully coyotes to our like-clockwork crow convoy, it's your Vancouver Wildlife FAQ.
Sure, Vancouver is a bustling metropolis—but it’s also home to a teeming population of wildlife. And, no, we’re not just talking about the teens swarming out of Kits High: we’re calling out the coyotes, flying ants, bunny rabbits and murders of crows with whom we share a postal code. If you’ve ever been curious to get to know your furry neighbours a little better, look no further than our City Informer column, which regularly digs up dirt on Vancouver’s free-roaming bestiary. Here, we’ve compiled all your wildlife wonderings in one handy place so that next time you’re hiding from a gang of flying ants, you’ll have some fun facts to think on.
The short answer: Trouble-making Japanese beetles are destroying our agriculture and the government is trying to contain their spread. Read the long answer here.
The short answer: They’re commuting home to Burnaby. Read the long answer here.
The short answer: It’s mating season, baby! Read the long answer here.
The short answer: Fickle pet owners started ditching their domesticated rabbits here, and they bred like… well, you get it. Read the long answer here.
The short answer: The pandemic wasn’t easy on coyotes, either. Read the long answer here.