Coastal wolves

An adorable grey brown wolf cub walks along muddy rocky area with a blurred green background.

Only a few ‘1200 Wolf’ Tee shirts left

The 1200 Wolf Tee Shirts are selling fast! There are only 68 left in select sizes.

We called them the 1200 Wolf Tee because more than 1200 wolves are killed in British Columbia every year from legal recreational hunting.

Which …

A man stands leaning on wooden wall wearing a grey toque and an off white Tee shirt that is part of the 1200 Wolf Tee shirt series by the company Ecologyst.

Exclusive ‘1200 Wolf’ Tee shirts available

We have partnered with Ecologyst and the incredibly talented Ocean Hyland to make these exclusive 1200 Wolf Tee Shirts.

Over 1200 Wolves are killed in British Columbia every year from legal recreational hunting that is not ecologically, ethically, or economically …

A medium sized brown wolf is seen mid motion with its one front leg and one hind leg off the ground traversing rocky terrain

Interview with Dr. Heather Bryan

This week we published an interview with Dr. Heather Bryan.

I think one of the themes that has emerged from Raincoast’s research is how interconnected wolves are with the marine landscape, and that was a big theme of Dr. Chris
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 large brown wolf walks by still water, with its legs and body blurrily reflected

Catch the last episode of Wolf School today

The last episode of this semester’s Wolf School with Wolf Conservation Center looks toward existing and emerging solutions to the conservation of wolves in British Columbia.

Raincoast’s Director of Science, Dr. Chris Darimont, will also look back to share how …

Sunset pink sky and pink light reflected in water are divided by a wall of rocks on which a lone wolf walks.

The persecution of BC wolves

The death of Takaya brought into focus the full-spectrum persecution of wolves in British Columbia.

Cheryl Alexander studied and documented Takaya for years, unravelling the many mysteries surrounding his life. Her documentation of Takaya’s journey, his life on the islands …

Three white and grey coastal wolves on a wet sandy beach in front of a dense forest.

Sighting coastal wolves

Coastal wolves separated from their inland cousins thrive with the rich biodiversity that the ocean produces. Traveling throughout the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast Conservation research vessel Achiever I never know when I will catch a glimpse of these amazing …

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