In the early morning hours of the last day of the COP 15, UN Biodiversity Conference, the Kunming-Montreal Agreement was
Featuring articles, updates and opinions on current campaigns, the 2022 Pacific Wild Journal is a comprehensive look at the work we’ve done, and where we are going.
An open reply to Premier-designate David Eby (November 14th, 2022): Province must direct the removal of assault-style rifles from public service.
The Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) is demanding that the Province puts a full-stop end to wolf culls and unethical hunting
The Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs (UBCIC) is demanding that the Province “advance(s) a full-stop end to wolf culls
Because trawling takes place in a largely out-of-sight out-of-mind way, Pacific Wild sought to understand how much the Canadian and British Columbia public knew about this industrial fishing practice. In June 2022, we commissioned an independent polling company, Research Co., to structure a series of questions that would gather preliminary data on public opinion regarding the bottom trawl fishery in B.C. This technical blog explores the results.
Times Colonist: BC Conservation Officer Service accused of purchasing ‘military-grade’ assault rifles
Pacific Wild says they have found evidence B.C.’s conservation officers have exchanged old hunting rifles for new ‘military-grade’ firearms built on an AR platform.
Pacific Wild conducted a freedom of information request (FOI) and has learned that the province is using military grade semi-automatic rifles, with a capacity to shoot 30 round magazines to kill wolves as part of the predator management program.
Powering photographers, researchers, scientists and expeditionists with satellite mobile internet to make sharing live data, audio, imagery and visual content when in the field accessible.
On August 13, 2022, join Pacific Wild in celebrating #InternationalWolfDay. British Columbia is a province home to two species of #ecosystemengineers: the coastal sea wolves in intertidal marine landscapes, and the interior gray wolf.