Join us to Safeguard Coastal Carnivores on November 30th at Patagonia Whistler.

Join us at Patagonia, Whistler, on November 30

Patagonia Whistler | November 30 | 7:00pm to 9:00pm | Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Coastal First Nations are working to end all commercial trophy hunting in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest. We are hosting them at Patagonia Whistler for an evening of stories and photography …

A view of Mount in Washinton on a clear day on the Salish Sea

30th Salish Sea Ecosystem conference in Seattle

This week Raincoast scientists will be presenting our research at the 30th Salish Sea Ecosystem conference in Seattle. We be presenting on Southern Resident killer whale recovery, the impacts of oil spills and marine mammals and salmon research and conservation in the Lower Fraser river. Find us and say hi!

a huge bear nicknamed Frank the tank

Frank the tank

Meet Frank the tank. You can also come and meet his photographer John E Marriott this February with Raincoast in Victoria, 20th Feb at University of Victoria with Society of Geography and in Vancouver at…

Tail fin view of orca whale breaching in calm ocean

Vote for the coast

The land, waters and wildlife of coastal British Columbia is our inspiration. It’s our mission to protect all of these things and you can help today. Vote…

Poster of many orcase under water with green light

Join Raincoast at the Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney tonight

There are actions we can take to help stabilize the Southern Resident population of killer whales. These steps include increasing food supply and quality, reducing pollution and addressing acoustic disturbance from all types of vessel. Science tells us this can make a difference. To find out more join us at the Mary Winspear Centre in Sidney tonight. …

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