Critical situation for Southern Resident killer whales provokes call for urgent  action

Critical situation for Southern Resident killer whales provokes call for urgent action

Only 76 Southern Resident killer whales remain. This is a critical situation. Today, represented by Ecojustice, and in collaboration with other science and environmental organizations, we are calling on the Canadian government to take immediate action to protect these whales…

Purchasing Commercial Hunting Territories

Purchasing Commercial Hunting Territories

IMAGINE if your conservation investment could go directly to protecting the lives of wild animals, now and forever. End the trophy hunt by helping us purchase commercial hunting licenses. Threats to bears and wolves For tomorrow’s children to see wild bears and wolves in coastal British Columbia, bold new conservation efforts are required. Coastal bears face…

Juvenile salmon & small streams

Juvenile salmon & small streams

The Great Bear Rainforest is home to over 2,500 salmon runs from more than 5,000 spawning populations. Many of these rivers are still intact, offering a unique opportunity to study the linkages between salmon and the larger food web. However, salmon in this region are faced with increasing threats, many of which have depressed and extirpated salmon populations throughout the Pacific Northwest. Some of our previous work to understand ecology, status of, and threats to coastal salmon populations is linked below.