Takaya stands in an opening, turning their head to the right and looking out over the ocean.

Takaya Lone Wolf Arts Festival

This festival will showcase the art of local and international artists and raise funds for organizations (including us) that work to protect wild spaces and creatures like Takaya.

Shauna Doll looks up while she big tree hunting on Salts Spring.

Re: The Pender Islands Big Tree Registry Update

Modelled after UBC’s provincial registry and Gabriola’s Island-specific registry, we are enlisting the help of community members (that’s you!) to help us collect data on the species, location, and size of big trees across North and South Pender Islands. We will be using a convenient, accessible phone app. called iNaturalist to collect information on the big trees we find.

Dr. Paul Paquet and Ross Dixon at Wolf School.

Dr. Paul Paquet Wolf School episode 01 – The ecology and history of wolves

In this episode, host Ross Dixon and Dr. Paquet discuss wolves in a broader context, including some of the more unique experiences where Paul has been able to study wolves in the wild. Dr. Paquet discusses how wolves are highly adaptable animals, their social behaviors, and what happens to wolf behavior when we (humans) disturb this social structure of the pack.

A beautiful grey, brown and red wolf is lying down with its chin on a rock starting soulfully out at the camera.

Protect the wolves

Wolves in British Columbia, Canada are subject to recreational hunting and trapping. We are working to stop this senseless killing.

Brown wolf caught in action running down rocks

Stop killing wolves

There are no reasonable ecological reasons to kill wolves, there are no valid economic reasons, and clearly there are no tenable ethical reasons.

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