Despite the challenges of COVID-19, our research and restoration efforts in the Fraser River Estuary continued through 2020.
On Oct 28th, 2020, we were successful in raising funds to stop trophy hunting in the Kitlope.
We purchased the Spirit bear tenure in 2011.
Dr. Heather Bryan interviews with us about wolves.
All predators on the British Columbia coast need our protection.
Two generous donors have confirmed that they will match half of the remaining funds, for our last $100,000.
Watersheds Forum 2020 is a virtual gathering that brings together a diverse community of water leaders.
We are approaching the home stretch of ending commercial trophy hunting in the 5,300 km2 Kitlope hunting tenure.
This is a crucial time for wild salmon that depend on the Fraser River.
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.
With our First Nations partners we are working to permanently end commercial trophy hunting of all large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Learn about the ethical considerations of wildlife photography and the experience of spending time with wolves in the wild.
Beyond science, the ability to engage and inspire is critical to Raincoast’s work and conservation in general.
Her scientific research focuses on the responses of wildlife to environmental change by examining patterns in wildlife health across landscapes.
The increased shipping noise from Terminal 2 will reduce feeding success for the Southern Residents.
We buy the rights to shoot wildlife - and then we don’t shoot the wildlife.
Learn about the stories behind the nature and wildlife photographs that help drive conservation.
The Port of Vancouver is proposing to double the size of its Deltaport shipping terminal in the Fraser Estuary.
Fernando Lessa will take viewers on a virtual tour into our urban neighborhoods to discover the many wild salmon and their habitats living right next door to our homes.
Wolves in British Columbia, Canada are subject to recreational hunting and trapping. We are working to stop this senseless killing.
In Kitasoo/Xai-Xais territory, Tyler Jessen is leading a project combining multiple datasets.
On this Earth Day we celebrate the land, water and wildlife that we work to protect on British Columbia’s coast.
Great news! We have now raised over $250,000 towards the $650,000 needed to acquire the Kitlope commercial trophy hunting tenure...
Spirit bears are a valuable symbol of the Great Bear Rainforest. Protecting both spirit bear and black bear habitat is essential because...