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.
On this Earth Day we celebrate the land, water and wildlife that we work to protect on British Columbia’s coast.
Doug Neasloss, Resource Stewardship Director for the Kitasoo/Xai’xais Nation and co- author of the study, did an interview on CBC As It Happens. Listen here.
Working with our First Nations partners, our goal is to permanently end commercial trophy hunting of all large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest. $550,000 of $650,000 Permanent end to commercial trophy hunting Purchasing the remaining commercial tenures in the Great Bear Rainforest, coupled with the province’s ban on the grizzly hunt, is a significant…
Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever returning from a charter out on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. 57 species observed over the past two weeks. Amazing to see the biodiversity of these waters.
The past year saw Achiever and crew as busy as ever with research projects, monitoring visits to our hunting tenures in the Great Bear Rainforest, and playing a central role in our expanding program of youth education in the Salish Sea and beyond. Achiever was also on hand to provide extra accommodations for Heiltsuk Nation guests as they opened…