Pencil drawing of a bear and wolf sniffing each others' face.

Why safeguard coastal carnivores? One of the reasons has to do with safeguarding a large, healthy, and diverse ecosystem

Why safeguard coastal carnivores? One of the reasons has to do with safeguarding a large, healthy, and diverse ecosystem (including animals, plants, place, and yes, even us humans). Large carnivores play an important role in ecosystem health. Cougars, wolves and bears, for example, are imposing predators. In the animal world, their presence alone (regardless of …

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A wolf rests in the intertidal zone.

Rain Wolf, by Cristina Mittermeier

This 30×45 inch aluminum fine art print is up for auction to raise funds for our Safeguard Coastal Carnivores campaign to permanently end commercial trophy hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest. A virtuous mind and voice in conservation photography and one of the most influential photographers in the world, Cristina Mittermeier has been hailed as …

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A grizzly stands in the mist of the Great Bear Rainforest.

One Shot for Coastal Carnivores auction ending on Friday

This image is 40”x60” printed on fine art archival fine art paper matted and framed. It is up for auction to raise funds for our Safeguard Coastal Carnivores campaign to permanently end commercial trophy hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest. To the extent that I can use my camera to make this point, for others …

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A person walks through the snow over a giant blue mountain near Whistler.

Join us in Whistler tonight, Saturday December 8th: One Shot for Coastal Carnivores

Join us in Whistler tonight, Saturday December 8th, for the opening night of One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit at the @AudainArtMuseum and help us bring a permanent end to commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure of the Great Bear Rainforest. Tonight’s event is from 7-9:30pm. This is our last showing of this exhibit …

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Black bear in a creek.

Join us in Whistler for the next One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit

Will you be joining us in Whistler for the next One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit? Saturday, December 8th: 7-930pm at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler, BC. Presented by Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Grizzly Bear Foundation and sponsored by the @AudainArtMuseum and @NimmoBayResort, this evening presents two conservation photography exhibits in support of coastal carnivore conservation. Join us to make the …

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Join us to Safeguard Coastal Carnivores on November 30th at Patagonia Whistler.

Join us at Patagonia, Whistler, on November 30

Patagonia Whistler | November 30 | 7:00pm to 9:00pm | Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Coastal First Nations are working to end all commercial trophy hunting in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest. We are hosting them at Patagonia Whistler for an evening of stories and photography …

Audain Art Museum in Whistler; cool, funky wood ceiling.

Join us at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler to help protect coastal carnivores

Hosted in the stunning Upper Gallery of the Audain Art Museum, this is your invitation to join us for an evening to view two unique photography exhibits in support of coastal carnivore conservation. Presented by Grizzly Bear Foundation and Raincoast Conservation Foundation, and sponsored by the Audain Art Museum and Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort, join us to enjoy canapés from the chefs at Nimmo Bay and drinks while viewing the exhibits. December 8th, 2018 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm …

David Scott holds a salmon fry out for us to see, on the Fraser River estuary.

Field season for the Fraser River Estuary Connectivity project was five months long

Our 2018 field season for the Fraser River Estuary Connectivity project was five months long, with 76 days in the field and more than 35,000 fish sampled, including over 6,400 juvenile salmon. The estuary is an incredibly beautiful setting that we never take for granted, where the herons, bald eagles, seals and seal lions are …

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