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Join Us for a Celebration of Herring

From the front-lines of the Great Bear Rainforest, an unforgettable evening of culture, science and traditional cuisine celebrating one of the earth's greatest natural history events.

Catered by renowned Chef Hawksworth (Hawksworth Restaurant), featuring traditional Heiltsuk singers, guest speakers, a short film, silent auction, and so much more.

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June 9th, 2015 Vancouver, BC
Gulf of Georgia Cannery

Keep Our Coast Wild Symposium

Keep our Coast Wild: Symposium with Pacific Wild, June 6 
Sooke Harbour House. 

A fundraiser for Pacific Wild at one of Canada's most idyllic resorts, including many special guests, a panel presentation, an art auction and more. 

 Great Bear LIVE - Sandhill Crane Nest

This pair of cranes is now nesting on an island in the Great Bear Rainforest. The eggs will likely hatch around the end of May. The parents take turns caring for the eggs and fending off potential predators. Consider signing up for Great Bear LIVE Alerts to receive an email or SMS when something exciting happens! If you are on the BC or Alaska coast, you can help to identify coastal Sandhill Crane habitat by logging your crane sightings. Learn more HERE.



Live feed is available during daylight hours in the Great Bear Rainforest. Please contact if you have any questions. 


'New research shows habitat loss driving South Peace caribou towards extinction'



Cultures Collide on the Central Coast

March/April 2015: First Nations rights ignored as DFO opens controversial fishery

For decades the Heiltsuk First Nation have been advocating for a sustainable fishery that would allow central coast stocks to return to their former abundance. However, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) continues to support the corporate controlled kill-fishery, even against the advice and recommendations of the department's own scientists. 


Take Action: Write a Letter HERE to the government to close the commercial fishery in 2015 and rebuild herring stocks in solidarity with First Nations and conservation groups in B.C. 
Sign the Petition to Protect Pacific Herring from DFO's Unsustainable Kill-Fishery

Save B.C. Wolves

January-April 2015: Take action to end the government wolf cull in B.C. and #saveBCwolves

The B.C. Government has launched a wolf kill program blaming wolves for the drastic decline of caribou: a decline actually caused by habitat destruction by industries such as oil & gas, clear-cut logging and mining. Stand up for wolves and injustice that has become law, join our campaign to end the wolf kill that is planned to inhumanely shoot wolves from helicopters for the next 5 years using taxpayer dollars.

Take action now - write a letter, sign the petition, donate to our indiegogo campaign, share and keep this issue in the forefront. Do this and learn more at our Take Action Page

Join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @pacificwild #saveBCwolves

Take Action on these Important Issues:

Learn more about these issues threatening the Great Bear Rainforest and Great Bear Sea:

Say No to Enbridge 
Clean Up Namu, B.C.
Defend Herring 
Save B.C. Wolves
End the Trophy Hunt
Defend Wild Salmon
Join our Amplify Team

Thank you for lending your voice to these causes.

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