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Adopt a drift card to help protect our coast

Raincoast Card Drop Saltspring

Published on 2014.08.26 | by Andy | in Notes from the Field

Our drift card study is a perfect example of research that creatively meshes science with public awareness…

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Indigenous knowledge & science unite to reveal distributional shift in wildlife …

Grizz mom & cub-AW

Published on 2014.07.25 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Papers

Study by Raincoast and partners discusses the movement of grizzlies from BC’s mainland onto coastal islands in the journal PLOS ONE…

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Population genetic structure of gray wolves in a marine archipelago…

salmon-eating wolves of the Pacific coast

Published on 2014.07.13 | by Raincoast | in Wolf Papers

Researchers find differences between BC’s coastal and mainland wolves. Published in BMC Ecology

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Grizzly bears have colonized unprotected islands in the Great Bear Rainforest: Media Release

A grizzly bear sitting in the water in the intertidal zone

Published on 2014.07.05 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Papers

A collaboration of wildlife scientists from Raincoast and UVic have published a study in the international peer-reviewed journal, PLOS ONE…

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Grizzly visions, dreams and celebrations on Canada Day


Published on 2014.07.01 | by Raincoast | in Notes from the Field

Raincoast’s Ross Dixon writes about Canada’s grizzly heritage from the Khutzeymateen Valley on BC’s coast…

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Time-delayed subsidies: Interspecies population effects in salmon

Salmon floating in a stream

Published on 2014.06.10 | by Raincoast | in Salmon Papers

New study from SFU and Raincoast shows the benefits from higher numbers of spawning pink and chum salmon on coho…

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Coastal wolves a whole different animal, study finds

Published on | by Raincoast | in Wolf Papers, Wolves

Sarah Petrescu / Times Colonist
A study by Raincoast researchers affirms genetic, ecological and behavioural differences between coastal and mainland wolves living in close proximity to each other…

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Spawning pink and chum salmon provide benefits to coho

Mark's Pink salmon (c)

Published on 2014.06.09 | by Raincoast | in Press Releases, Salmon Papers

Research from SFU and Raincoast scientists shows juvenile coho salmon benefit from dining on the carcasses of spawning pink and chum salmon.

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Bear and salmon research in Heiltsuk Territory

Grizzly bear (Ursus arctos horribilis), fishing for salmon (Oncorhynchus sp.), coastal British Columbia.

Published on 2014.05.28 | by Raincoast | in Grizzly Reports, Salmon Reports

Check out the work to date on our Salmon Carnivore project in Heiltsuk Territory on BC’s coast…

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