The crew getting Achiever ready for a summer survey. Matt up the mast checking systems and Joss supervising. These two were a huge help during a two week survey covering 1,200 nautical miles of BC’s beautiful central and north coast.
That time of year again – the Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever is getting hauled for its annual maintenance period. This year we took the mast off!
A new study released today finds no evidence that the government-sponsored killing of wolves in British Columbia will save endangered caribou.
Killer whales are icons of the Pacific Northwest and are deeply rooted as cultural and spiritual symbols for the Coast Salish peoples.
Over the past 15 years, the Achiever has helped to enable the research efforts many groups and performed extensive work ranging from population estimates and data collection of fin whales,…
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…