Investigate. Inform. Inspire.
By sharing both our scientific and conservation efforts, we aim to inspire others to take action and protect wildlife and their wilderness habitats. Follow our guest opinion pieces in major newspapers, our popular media coverage, conservation updates, and annual reports.
Raincoast staff write guest and featured opinion pieces for major newspapers in Canada, the US, and the UK.
Raincoast in the News
Follow Raincoast through popular media as we attempt to spread the word regarding our conservation efforts.
Notes from the Field
Keep up to date on a monthly basis through our email newsletter detailing new conservation work and important projects we are working on right now. Sign up to receive it in your inbox.
Get highlights from the year, our science, flagship projects, staff and volunteers, as well as a peak at what’s in store for the coming year with Tracking Raincoast, our annual report. Sign up to receive it in your mailbox.
Films and Videos
A collection of films and videos involving Raincoast and the topics we care about.
Find us & follow
Sailing with Raincoast in 2018
In May, our spring ‘hunts’ visited lush estuaries as the days grew longer and bears were down low grazing on sedges. Marine wildlife started to make their way back to the rich, cold waters of the coast. Their annual migration to foraging areas beginning and lasting well…
First rains bring spawners and bald eagles back to Vancouver Island rivers
Last fall, while the dry start to autumn put the brilliant golds, reds and oranges of tree leaves on display, my mind continuously returned to the rain. Not the rain that many dread, but the rain that floods small watersheds and raises the water levels in the rivers…
Tracking Raincoast into 2018
It’s always exciting to release Tracking Raincoast and this year’s edition comes with a great collection of good news. We have raised close to $150,000 of our $500,000 target for the Nadeea commercial trophy hunting tenure! The Nadeea hunting tenure is the next step in saving the Great Bears…