Spirit Bear Hunting Territory: August Update

Thank you so very much for your generous support of this project. We want to inform you that we have raised the purchase price and the closing costs for the acquisition.   We are in the process of negotiating the purchase transfer with the Ministry of Environment.  Once this is transfered, we will announce the completion of the purchase.

We are still fundraising for the accompanying annual costs of managing and monitoring the territory in addition to final campaign cost associated with the purchase, so if you would like to support this purchase, your donations are still greatly appreciated.


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Coastal wolf with a salmon in its month.
Photo by Dene Rossouw.