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.
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.
After a morning of pea soup fog, #achiever bursts into dreamlike fall conditions. @Raincoast heading south to join our teenage friends to inspire the next generation of Salish Sea Emerging Stewards. #conservation #stewardship #SalishSea
Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever tender Little Red getting some bow riding action from a Pacific White-sided Dolphin. We had a large spread out group of these animals coming and going for over an hour. These extremely acrobatic cetaceans shared a sense of curiosity as they would roll and lock eyes while we were admiring…
It’s not often, but when the sails are up, Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever sure does rip.
Coastal wolves separated from their inland cousins thrive with the rich biodiversity that the ocean produces. Traveling throughout the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever I never know when I will catch a glimpse of these amazing creatures.
This year the number of incidents with black bears in BC’s lower mainland and the number of incidents with bears in the province has significantly increased. ⠀⠀The reality remains that the best way to manage interaction and co-existence with wildlife is managing human behaviour. ⠀⠀Please do you part to stay informed and follow @NorthShoreBlackBearSociety to learn more…