Join the 2019/2020 Ocean Bridge cohort for an evening of environmental film and a panel discussion on ocean conservation and
A leaked internal document released this week by Conservation North reveals the B.C. government’s intentions to expand the wolf cull program,
Another industrial herring fishery has come and gone, and with it, the opportunity to protect the foundation of the B.C. coast.
The Economic Value Of Pacific Herring In The Strait Of Georgia Report prepared by Tim Cashion for Pacific Wild, March
The Great Bear Rainforest is a unique environment fed by the sea, by the salmon that spawn in thousands of streams and rivers, and by the rains that the ocean brings to its forests and wetlands.
Hidden from the outside world, Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest is home to an immense array of wildlife, including the fabled all-white spirit bear—the rarest bear on earth—and the indigenous First Nations, who have provided stewardship of the forest for millennia.
Many Pacific Wild followers and supporters learned about us, and about the Great Bear Rainforest, through Great Bear LIVE. Great Bear LIVE began in 2007, when we began experimenting with live-streaming video from hidden cameras in wolf and bear habitat. In those early years, we could not get the bandwidth to stream to the world […]
On June 20th, twenty-two fish farms on the B.C. coast are up for tenure renewal, despite a growing resistance from First Nations, B.C. and international citizens. There are over 100 open-net cage salmon farms along on the B.C. coast, 98% owned by Norwegian companies, representing highly concentrated sources of waste, disease, and parasites that threaten […]