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View sea birds and marine mammal interactions on this sea lion haul out on the Great Bear's rugged outer coast. Press play to view the underwater camera in the seal garden - a nearby kelp forest and eelgrass bed. Sign up for Great Bear LIVE Alerts to stay up-to-date on the latest action and watch highlights here.




The live feeds are available during daylight hours PST in the Great Bear Rainforest.

We encourage you to participate in the research. E-mail or text 778-653-9001 when you witness any wildlife sightings. Let's make it completely interactive!

Recent Highlights

The beginning of June brought new life to the British Columbia coast at a Steller sea lion haul out. Watch this amazing footage captured on this non-invasive, pan tilt zoom camera.

Sea Lion Birth - A Steller sea lion (top right corner) gives birth on the outer coast of B.C.   Newborn Sea Lion - A Steller sea lion (top right corner) picks up and nudges her pup moments after giving birth.

Pipeline Through Paradise

Not Even Close.

On July 17, 2014 Canada's Prime Minister announced federal government support for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project.
Pacific Wild will continue to tell the world about the Great Bear Rainforest, its natural wonders and the human-caused changes that threaten its integrity, and to campaign against projects like the Northern Gateway Pipeline in order to inspire the action needed to protect its land and waters. READ OUR E-NEWSLETTER


Help us ensure the Great Bear Rainforest remains
oil tanker free.

B.C.’s War on Wolves continues.

Public comments ignored as record level of wolf mortality expected in coming years.

On April 17, 2014, the B.C. government quietly released its long-awaited Management Plan for wolves. 16 months ago the BC government opened its doors for public comment on its controversial draft plan  and received an unprecedented 3200 submissions. We know from access to Freedom of Information requests that the overwhelming majority of these submissions were in favour of scrapping the plan so that wolves might be protected instead of persecuted.






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