Close up of a beautiful light brown wolf's face, bathed in sunlight.

Protect wolves on BC coast

All predators on the British Columbia coast need our protection.

You can help end commercial trophy hunting in the Kitlope Conservancy and surrounding area forever.

We need $100,000 to buy out Kitlope’s hunting tenure, which would mean the end of …

A long view shot of young people standing on a rock by the water and besides the forest.

The Emerging Stewards program

Raincoast’s Emerging Stewards program is designed to help inspire a new generation of conservation leaders in the Salish Sea.

We connect local youth with Raincoast scientists and Salish Sea Indigenous knowledge holders through a variety of nature-based experiential learning activities.…

End of year collage of nine wildlife photographs of bears, wolves, cougars and Southern Resident killer whales in the Great Bear Rainforest.

2017 draws to a close

As 2017 draws to a close we have some things to celebrate, not least the end of grizzly hunting in British Columbia.

If you are interested in what we have planned to rewild the Lower Fraser River, protect Southern Resident …

Bear in the shallows in the shadows of mountains in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Bears fit the coastal landscape

Like a hand in a glove bears fit the coastal landscape. Trophy hunting never will.

Buying the rights to shoot these animals is the ironic solution to their protection. Partnered with @cfngbi @raincoastconservation is now raising funds to permanently lend …

predator in the Great Bear Rainforest, a wolverine poses on a rock by a stream with salmon in its mouth

Donate to Save The Great Bears

With our Coastal First Nations partners, we have launched the next step in our campaign to Save The Great Bears.

We now need to raise $500,000 to permanently end commercial trophy hunting in more than 2,300 square kilometres of the …

Two grizzly bears peek through tall green grass with a rocky beach and forest in the distance.

Amongst the grizzly bears

Sailing amongst Grizzly bears aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever the province vows that this is the last fall hunt for these beautiful creatures. A settling feeling while anticipating to see this sow raise more cubs in the years to …

A black bear slightly right of centre stands amid tall grass with evergreens to the left and in the misty distance.

Grazing Bears

Early morning estuary visits when we were sailing the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever this spring we were graced by lush estuaries and lots of bears grazing the new growth. With BC’s spring hunt coming to …

A large grizzly bear stands on a grassy outcrop with forest behind him.

Evening estuary visitors

An evening visit into the estuary this beauty was happy the river was between us. Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever has been exploring the Great Bear this spring to find these wonderful creatures.…

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