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
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The exhibits

One shot for Coastal Carnivores: Featuring world class photography, this collection supports the goal of Raincoast and Coastal First Nations to permanently safeguard all large carnivores in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest through the purchase of remaining commercial hunting tenures. From Spirit Bears, to cougars, grizzly bears and wolves, donated pieces tell a story of the importance of protecting carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest. View the full collection here.

Triggers To Tripods: See the winning entries from Grizzly Bear Foundation’s grizzly bear photography contest that celebrates the shift from hunting to wildlife viewing in British Columbia. These images present the iconic grizzly bear in its natural habitat.

Photographs and prints will be available for auction and purchase.

Tickets to this event are available; register now.

For the coast and its wildlife.

Ross Dixon stands at the One Shot for Coastal Carnivores exhibit.

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