Events: Tall Tales, Long Lenses and Wildlife Conservation with John E. Marriott

What's next for coastal carnivore conservation? An invitation to find out at events in Victoria and Vancouver, February 20th and 21st.

Join renowned wildlife photographer John E. Marriott and the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for an evening of inspiring stories about BC’s wildlife and its conservation.

John will share stories and photographs from his latest book, Tall Tales, Long Lenses – My Adventures in Wildlife Photography, then Raincoast’s Ross Dixon will discuss the next step in safeguarding coastal carnivores and ending commercial trophy hunting throughout BC’s Great Bear Rainforest.​

A selection of John’s books will be available for purchase.

Tall Tales, Long Lenses and Wildlife Conservation, Victoria

Tuesday, February 20th

Presented by the Society of Geography Students at UVic, Raincoast Conservation Foundation and John E. Marriott.

Free ticket booking required.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show starts at 7 pm.
David Turpin Building, Room A120, UVic
3800 Finnerty Rd
Victoria, BC

Tickets available now

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Tall Tales, Long Lenses and Wildlife Conservation, Vancouver

Wednesday, February 21st

Presented by Capilano University’s EarthWorks program, Raincoast Conservation Foundation and John E. Marriott.

Free ticket booking required.
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show starts at 7 pm.
Blueshore Theatre
2055 Purcell Way Unit Lb
North Vancouver, BC

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For 25 years, Raincoast has been furthering biodiversity conservation in BC. Thanks to your generous donations, among many other accomplishments, we have been able to end commercial trophy hunting of large carnivores in over 38,000 square kilometers of the Great Bear Rainforest, begin acquiring forest land in order to protect threatened Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystems, aid recovery of endangered Southern Resident killer whales by restoring Chinook salmon habitat, and establish a university research lab dedicated to applied conservation science. Strong partnerships are integral to our success.

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