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From left to right: Xavier Mouy, David Hannay, Krista Roessingh, and Jordan Wilson

Pacific Wild receives new autonomous hydrophones and recorders for the Great Bear Sea Hydrophone Network

BlogMar 12, 2018Pacific Wild

Pacific Wild and GBEAR are extremely grateful and excited to receive a set of autonomous hydrophones (underwater microphones) and recorders from JASCO Applied Sciences, as well as excellent training in ocean acoustics from Tom Dakin at Ocean Networks Canada . We are also thankful for support from ... Read More

2017 Winter Newsletter

2017 Winter Newsletter

BlogDec 19, 2017Pacific Wild

A cornerstone of Pacific Wild’s wildlife protection work has always been visual storytelling and impactful communications. As we near the end of 2017, we are reflecting on the roller coaster of conservation campaigns, exploration and adventures that ... Read More

Photo by Ian McAllister for Pacific Wild

5% Ocean Protection in 2017: What does it mean?

BlogDec 18, 2017Krista Roessingh

The Federal government recently announced that it has met its goal to protect 5% of Canada's oceans by 2017. Unlike the previous one, this Federal government has declared it a priority to live up to its international commitments on ocean ... Read More

A Spirit bear wanders the shores near Pacific Wild's S/V Habitat in the Great Bear Rainforest

Post-Shoot Reflections

BlogNov 19, 2017Anonymous (not verified)

Post-Shoot Reflections By Deirdre Leowinata On May 17 th , 2016, I was sitting in the sunny green backyard of my lower floor apartment near Toronto’s High Park, staring at my phone while anxiously awaiting a call from Pacific Wild. The words I will ... Read More

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