April conservation expedition with Raincoast’s Dr. Paul Paquet

See the Salish Sea with Raincoast’s Senior Scientist.

This April we are partnering with Bluewater Adventures for a unique trip through the Canadian Gulf Islands and the Salish Sea, which will feature Raincoast’s Dr. Paul Paquet as the guest Naturalist.

As Raincoast’s Senior Scientist, and a world renowned large carnivore expert, Paul’s input is key to guiding our research and conservation programs in both the Great Bear Rainforest and the Salish Sea. Paul will provide insight into key conservation issues on BC’s coast including the recovery of endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales and the health of the Salish Sea. At the same time you’ll keep watch for migrating sea birds, humpback whales, and for Bigg’s killer whales (marine mammal-eating). This adventure will include hikes in coastal forests, the chance to explore by kayak and to simply enjoy the beauty of BC’s south coast. Each booking directly supports our conservation efforts.

April 23 – 27, 2019

Further details and booking

Spring and fall in the Great Bear Rainforest aboard Raincoast’s Achiever

Our dedicated research vessel, Achiever, allows us to visit remote estuaries, coastal fjords and the communities with whom we partner.

These trips allow us to provide a glimpse of what coastal carnivore conservation looks like on the ground for the wolves, grizzly bears and black bears that we work to protect. You’ll visit places in which we have ended commercial trophy hunting, with all proceeds going to support permanent safeguarding of coastal carnivores.

2019 dates with Raincoast

Spring 2019 – May 8th to 14th – Great Bear Rainforest Bella Bella round trip.

Fall 2019 – August 25th to September 1st, September 3-10, 11-18 and 20- 27.

Great Bear Rainforest, Bella Bella round trip. Further details .

Get all of our spring and fall dates for our public guide outfitter trips.

Our annual report is out now!

Get highlights from the year, our science, flagship projects, staff and volunteers, as well as a peek at what’s in store for the coming year.

Research scientist, Adam Warner conducting genetics research in our genetics lab.
Photo by Alex Harris / Raincoast Conservation Foundation.