One Shot for Coastal Carnivores set to open at Audain Art Museum in Whistler

Join us in Whistler this December for our opening on Saturday, December 8th, and help us bring a permanent end to commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure.

This December the last showing of our One shot for Coastal Carnivores photography exhibit will open at the Audain Art Museum in Whistler, Saturday 8th December. We will announce some exciting news about our efforts with Coastal First Nations to permanently end commercial trophy hunting in the Great bear Rainforest.

December 8th, 2018
7 pm – 9:30 pm
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Audain Art Museum
4350 Blackcomb Way
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4

Presented with our partners at the Grizzly Bear Foundation, we will be hosted in the stunning Upper Gallery by our sponsors at the Audain Art museum, plus we’ll have great drinks and fantastic food provided by chefs from sponsor Nimmo Bay resort.

This will be your last chance to view our One shot for Coastal Carnivores photography exhibit. Proceeds from this collection directly support our purchase of a fourth commercial hunting tenure – the Nadeea tenue which represents the next step in meeting our goal, with Coastal First Nations, to permanently end trophy hunting of all large carnivores in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest. You can view the full collection here, the auction is already open and you’ll be able to bid at the venue. From Spirit bears, to cougars, grizzly bears and wolves, donated pieces tell a story of the importance of protecting carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Guests will also have the chance to see the winners of their Grizzly Bear Foundation’s Triggers To Tripods photography contest that celebrates the shift from hunting to wildlife viewing.

Please join us!

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PS – Limited edition prints are now available for purchase online.

One Shot for Coastal Carnivores

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