A collage of images for One Shot for Coastal Carnivores.
Photos by participating artists.

One Shot for Coastal Carnivores is a collection of photographs to help safeguard coastal carnivores

In support of our efforts, with Coastal First Nations, to permanently end commercial trophy hunting of all large carnivores on the coast of British Columbia, Raincoast curated a unique collection of art called One shot for Coastal Carnivores.

Each donated piece tells a story of the importance of protecting coastal carnivores. Large prints have been  auctioned online and exhibited in Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler. You can still purchase select prints in our online store with all the proceeds going towards our Safeguarding Coastal Carnivores Campaign.

We showed the One Shot for Coastal Carnivores exhibition at the Audain Art Museum and the Robert Bateman Centre in 2018. 

Vancouver October 23-30

Karen Cooper Gallery

Victoria, November 14th to December 3rd

Robert Bateman Centre
470 Belleville St
Public events
November 15-16 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Private viewing
November 14 6:30pm to 9:0pm

Whistler, December 8th, Audain Art Museum

Audain Art Museum
Opening night, December 8th
7:00pm to 9:30pm
Registration (over)
Public viewing from 10am to 4pm

Supporting artists

Canada releases the 2030 National Biodiversity Strategy and Nature Accountability Bill –a positive step, but one that falls short 

The final 2030 National Biodiversity Strategy addresses biodiversity-harming subsidies and promises an adaptive management approach, but lacks a clear plan on how it will be implemented.

New study identifies the cost of restoring the Sumas Xhotsa (Lake) as a tool for reconciliation, climate adaptation, and ecosystem restoration

The research weaves together Indigenous laws with an economic analysis to determine the cost of implementing ‘managed retreat’ as a nature-based solution to flood risk in the Lower Fraser region.

Reflecting on our eighth year of Salish Sea Emerging Stewards programming  

Our goal is to inspire and train the next generation of conservation stewards through land-based, at-sea, and online programming.

Monitoring salmon in our latest breach in the North Arm Jetty

Master’s research is looking into different life histories of sockeye salmon to better understand the impact of Raincoast’s breaches project.

Federal promises made for endangered whales during TMX approval are unfulfilled

Southern Resident killer whales need protective orders to facilitate recovery.

Summary of key facts about southeast Alaska interception fisheries

Last week, Ocean Wise made the decision to remove its recommendation to list salmon from southeast Alaska as sustainable. This removal will be in place until the sustainability of these fisheries is no longer in question.