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.
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.
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stories from the great bear
In the Great Bear region, the ocean, land and coastal communities are intricately connected – trees gather nutrients from salmon through complex food webs, coastal wolves depend on seafood, whales feed along the shoreline, and First Nations continue to steward the resources of their traditional territories. The stories we tell today inspire action to protect the Great Bear Rainforest for the future.
The herring roe fishery in the Strait of Georgia (SOG) has come and gone for another year. Despite strong opposition…
In 2014, British Columbians and wolf fans around the world fell in love with Takaya, the lone wolf of Discovery Island, located just off the southern tip of Vancouver Island adjacent to the City of Victoria.
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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