Rainwolf is the last to go

Wildlife photographers raise over $30,000 for BC’s coastal carnivores.

In winter 2018 the Coastal Carnivores photography exhibit showed at the Karen Cooper Gallery (Vancouver), Robert Bateman Centre (Victoria) and the Audain Art Museum Whistler. Now the last piece – Rain Wolf by Cristina Mittermeier has sold – collectively the campaign raised over $30,000 that supported the purchase of the Nadeea hunting tenure and is now contributing to our purchase of the Kitlope tenure. 

You can still get your own momento of this campaign with a limited edition photographic print, with options on our website available for only $98. 

Once again we wish to thank the amazing photographers who contributed photography and their support to the exhibit – April Bencze, Tavish Campbell, Karen Cooper, Colleen Gara, Bertie Gregory, Melissa Groo, Brad Hill, John Marriott, Cristina Mittermeier, Neil Ever Osborne, Eric Sambol, and Andy Wright.

We are now busy raising the remaining funds to meet our $650,000 target for the Kitlope tenure. We’ll soon be updating you as to how close we are to that target and how much we need to raise before our purchase agreement deadline of December 31, 2020. Success means we can permanently extinguish commercial trophy hunting of coastal carnivores in the Kitlope.

Become a Raincoaster

Monthly giving enables you to protect what you love. For 25 years, Raincoast has been furthering biodiversity conservation in BC. We have big plans and with your help we will: 

  • End commercial trophy hunting of large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest.
  • Acquire land in order to protect threatened Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystems.
  • Support the recovery of endangered Southern Resident killer whales by restoring Chinook salmon habitat, and so much more.
Chris Genovali, executive director of Raincoast Conservation Foundation.
Chris Genovali, Executive Director

Protecting biodiversity is the most important gift we can give the next generation. Join us as a Raincoaster today!