Original story here Great Bear Rainforest Hits a Screen Big Enough to Fit Its Grandeur In Ian McAllister’s nature masterpiece,
The Great Bear Rainforest hit theatres last Friday to share the stories of the wild place that has been stewarded
Read original story here Jack Knox: Great Bear Rainforest film a ‘catalyst for conversation’ Ian McAllister’s new Great Bear Rainforest
Read original story here ‘The spirit of the rainforest is ready for her close-up’, February 14, 2019 A new IMAX
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Featuring articles, updates and opinions on current campaigns, the Pacific Wild Journal: Dispatches from a Northern Rainforest is a comprehensive
Original story here Conservancy Hornby Island continues to win support for its campaign to close the roe-herring fishery in the
Pacific Wild receives new autonomous hydrophones and recorders for the Great Bear Sea Hydrophone Network
Pacific Wild and GBEAR are extremely grateful and excited to receive a set of autonomous hydrophones (underwater microphones) and recorders
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.