Stqéyəʔ, the lone grey wolf, spent years living on an island near Victoria, BC. On leaving the island, he was relocated and shortly after, shot dead.
We called them the 1200 Wolf Tee because more than 1200 wolves are killed in British Columbia every year from legal recreational hunting.
We have partnered with Ecologyst and the incredibly talented Ocean Hyland to make these exclusive 1200 Wolf Tee Shirts.
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.
Raincoast is working towards an end to the recreational hunting of wolves, which sees over 1200 wolves killed annually.
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.
Her scientific research focuses on the responses of wildlife to environmental change by examining patterns in wildlife health across landscapes.
Wildlife management regulations that try to legitimize behaviour so misaligned with societal values must be challenged.
A new study released today finds no evidence that the government-sponsored killing of wolves in British Columbia will save endangered caribou.
In British Columbia, Canada, wolves are killed through a variety of means that include legal hunting and trapping, as well as government-sanctioned culling.
Paul Nicklen and Bertie Gregory go live on their Instagram channels to discuss wolves in BC on May 21st 10:30am PST.
There are no reasonable ecological reasons to kill wolves, there are no valid economic reasons, and clearly there are no tenable ethical reasons.
The Narwhal published an article looking into the rationale (or lack thereof) of the BC government spending $2 million on killing wolves.
We are currently working to stop the recreational killing of British Columbia’s wolves - over 1200 of which are killed annually by hunting and trapping.
Last week we launched a new campaign with the goal of stopping the recreational killing of wolves in BC, Canada.
The senseless trophy killing of Takaya shows us that BC wolf management policy needs to change to stop trophy hunting and wolf culls.