Author: Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Pacific white-sided dolphins hanging around with resident killer whales
Marine mammals

Pacific white-sided dolphins hanging around with resident killer whales

We all need friends. 

If you’re a Pacific white-sided dolphin that might include your resident buddies. Scientists with Ocean Wise have documented the dolphins hanging around resident (and fish eating) killer whales.

Expert Lance Barrett-Lennard suggests they might be enjoying …

Biodiversity matters: diversity of salmon species is more important to black bears than simply the total amount of salmon
Raincoast research

Biodiversity matters: diversity of salmon species is more important to black bears than simply the total amount of salmon

Biodiversity matters. 

New research published today by Raincoast, Spirit Bear Research Foundation and The University of Victoria shows that the diversity of salmon species is more important to black bears than simply the total amount of salmon available. 

This is further evidence …

From Spirit bears and grizzlies to cougars and killer whales 2018 has been a year…
Conservation Foundation

From Spirit bears and grizzlies to cougars and killer whales 2018 has been a year…

Which is your favourite? 

From Spirit bears and grizzlies to cougars and killer whales 2018 has been a year of many conservation wins for Raincoast and our partners up and down the British Columbian coast. 

You can learn more about …

With just weeks left to buy the Nadeea trophy hunting tenure, an anonymous donor has offered matching funds
Safeguard Coastal Carnivores

With just weeks left to buy the Nadeea trophy hunting tenure, an anonymous donor has offered matching funds

We have some great news! With just weeks left to buy the Nadeea trophy hunting tenure, an anonymous donor has offered to match the last $50,000. As of this morning you have already helped us to raise $446,781 of the …

Join us in Whistler tonight, Saturday December 8th: One Shot for Coastal Carnivores
Safeguard Coastal Carnivores

Join us in Whistler tonight, Saturday December 8th: One Shot for Coastal Carnivores

Join us in Whistler tonight, Saturday December 8th, for the opening night of One Shot for Coastal Carnivores Exhibit at the @AudainArtMuseum and help us bring a permanent end to commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure of the Great …