Travel and conservation work together

Comox Valley Echo  March 22, 2011

Explore the spectacularly wild parts of the BC coast, and learn about travel and conservation initiatives that go hand-in-hand at a special slide show on Friday, March 25.

Take an illustrated voyage through the coast’s natural history and hear about efforts to protect the Spirit Bear in this audio-visual presentation by adventure cruise guide Maureen Gordon and by Raincoast’s marine operations and guide outfitter coordinator Brian Falconer.

If you like travel, the coast’s natural beauty, or are interested in helping conserve it, you won’t want to miss this show.

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