Salmon: A Keystone Species
If salmon were to go extinct, various ecosystems and wildlife species would collapse in response. This quality is what makes salmon a keystone species.
Wild Auction 2020 Excitement Builds In Lead Up To Bidding
Over 110 artists from around the world have come together to donate works to our annual fall event, #WildAuction2020.
DFO Fails To Meet Key Salmon Conservation Deadline
In 2009, just 1.6 million Fraser River sockeye returned from the Pacific Ocean to spawn, shockingly lower than the originally
Environmental group takes B.C. government to court over legality of controversial wolf cull
For immediate release Victoria, B.C. July 22, 2020 Pacific Wild Alliance is heading for the courts to fight the B.C.
We’re Taking the B.C. Government to Court
Pacific Wild is heading for the courts to fight the B.C. government’s controversial wolf cull, that has resulted in more than 1000 wolves being killed over the last five years.
B.C. Wolf Cull Latest Facts
Check out our top reasons why we oppose the wolf cull in B.C.
Make Ryan Pay!
Donations made in July go twice as far, thanks to Ryan Reynolds’ pledge to match all donations, up to $50,000.
PW’s Bryce Casavant Wins Bear Cub Legal Case
In 2015, Pacific Wild’s Senior Conservation Policy Analyst, Bryce Casavant defied orders while working with the B.C. Conservation Officer Service.
We Wai Kai & We Wai Kum Nations No Longer Approve Fish Farms In Their Territory
Last week, the We Wai Kai and We Wai Kum Nations announced a decision that they no longer approve the
Black Lives Matter
Our pledge to move forward consciously and intentionally, to use our platform to lift the voices of BIPOC activists and environmentalists on the BC coast and beyond.
Digital Updates from our Executive Director, Ian McAllister
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, environmentally focused gatherings have understandably been put on hold. However, Pacific Wild’s Executive Director, Ian McAllister
World Biodiversity Day – A Coastal B.C. Perspective
In British Columbia (B.C.), home of the majestic Great Bear Rainforest, coastal marine, freshwater, and terrestrial habitats support a tremendous
Pacific Herring Hit Hard by Irresponsible Fisheries Management Once Again
The herring roe fishery in the Strait of Georgia (SOG) has come and gone for another year. Despite strong opposition…
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.
Celebrating the life of Takaya, the lone wolf of Discovery Island
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.
Earth Day – A Message From Pacific Wild
50 years ago, millions of concerned citizens, fuelled by environmental concern for the state of the planet, took to the streets…
Brewing Up New Ways To Save Pacific Herring
This Spring, Pacific Wild and Sunshine Coast craft brewer, Persephone Brewing have teamed up to bring you a special beer that celebrates Pacific herring…
Sharks Are The Sign Of A Healthy Marine Ecosystem
Written by Nick Voutour, Social Media & Engagement Specialist at Pacific Wild This isn’t going to be your typical media