Kitlope Tenure

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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 …

An adorable bear cub with fuzzy black fur stands upright with ears cocked looking off to the side in front of rocks

Protecting the Kitlope

We are so close to raising the funds needed to purchase the Kitlope commercial hunting tenure.

This is how we stop hunting of large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest. We’ve already protected approximately 33,500 square kilometers, and the Kitlope …

Beautiful brown grizzly bear sleeping with its chin down in the Great Bear Rainforest

Protecting the Kitlope

We are working to protect British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest from commercial trophy hunting.

We do this by purchasing the hunting rights and then effectively extinguishing trophy hunting of coastal carnivores.

We have already purchased hunting rights in 33,500 square …

An adorable fuzzy haired black bear cub is photographed clambering around on moss covered rocks

Stop commercial trophy hunting

Our friend Bertie Gregory captured this precious moment of a black bear cub on a recent shoot for ‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ on Vancouver Island.

Black bears are still trophy hunted in B.C.’s Great Bear Rainforest. We are currently raising …

A beautiful white spirit bear captured in a close up photograph sits on all fours while staring with a soulful expression in to the camera

Spirit bears

Spirit bears are a valuable symbol of the Great Bear Rainforest.

Protecting both spirit bear and black bear habitat is essential because black bears can carry the recessive spirit bear gene. Although Spirit Bears are protected from trophy hunting, black …

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Stories from the Magic Canoe

Wa’xaid, Cecil Paul, was the last person born in the Kitlope and is chief of the killer whale clan of the Xenaksiala. Under his leadership, protection of the Kitlope set the stage for what would become the Great Bear Rainforest …

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