Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever heading north for her first trip of the season. It’s spring on the central coast with thick dew in the morning and beautiful skylines. Heading out to explore the many rivers and estuaries in the heart of the Great Bear.
Raincoast Conservation setting up to photograph and video grizzly bears in the Great Bear rainforest on our recent expedition.
In October of 2020, we reached a significant milestone in our efforts to end all commercial trophy hunting of coastal carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Eat some chocolate and save bears it’s win win win. The third win is a trip aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever. Partnering with Coastal First Nations, it’s time to end the hunt
Treading carefully. Over 1200 wolves are killed annually in BC by hunters and trappers. The government is currently planning to extend…
Sailing amongst Grizzly bears aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever the province vows that this is the last fall hunt for these beautiful creatures. A settling feeling while anticipating to see this sow raise more cubs in the years to come.
“My people, the Xenaksiala, never touch grizzlies. We were taught that’s our friend in the wilderness.”⠀⠀These are the words of Xenaksiala elder, Cecil Paul, who played an integral role in protecting the Kitlope from logging and other extractive industries. The Haisla Nation banned grizzly hunting in the Kitlope over 20 years ago, and we are…