We protect wildlife and their habitat in the Great Bear Rainforest through impactful communications, wildlife monitoring and community-led initiatives that shed light on the natural world.

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Ryan Reynolds' Donation Matching Challenge

Make Ryan Pay!

Donations made in July go twice as far, thanks to Ryan Reynolds’ pledge to match all donations, up to $50,000.

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Art For Takaya

Art for Takaya

We’re calling on all artists to use commemorate Takaya in the form of artwork. Paintings, sculptures, multi-media, textiles… If you can imagine it, we’d love to see it and share it.​

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featured campaigns

Save BC Wolves

Save BC Wolves

The B.C. Wolf Management Plan is in desperate need of an overhaul, and the wolf cull program is arguably its most ecologically, economically, and ethically offensive element.

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Protect Pacific Herring

The herring spawn is one of the most spectacular marine events on the Pacific coast, yet the importance of this foundation species as an ecosystem building block has been tragically overlooked.

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Marine Protection

Marine Protection

The marine environment of the Great Bear Rainforest has few parallels in the world when it comes to biodiversity, richness and abundance.

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Protect Wild Salmon

Wild salmon are the foundation of the Great Bear Rainforest ecosystem. Help us keep our salmon populations healthy for generations to come.

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Pacific Wild is committed to mobilizing communities across Canada and around the world, working together to protect the natural richness and diversity of the Pacific North Coast.

Become part of Pacific Wild’s wolf community and advocate for the protection of wolves in British Columbia.

Friends of Pacific Wild

These businesses and creative artists have joined their voices towards conservation in the Great Bear Rainforest, by donating a portion of proceeds from their sales to Pacific Wild.

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Authors Ian McAllister, Karen McAllister, Nicholas Read and Lorna Crozier have created a collection of books for both young and mature readers alike. Ian’s iconic photography is foundational to every book, and through these titles readers can learn about every corner of the Great Bear Rainforest and its creatures.

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