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Join us for the Vancouver launch of our new photography show

A grizzly bear stands on a river bank looking down, with mist and clouds floating behind it in the Great Bear Rainforest.

A little over a week ago I was sitting in the magnificent estuary of the Khutze River, watching a grizzly bear mom with her three spring cubs, and scanning the estuary for wolves. I was sharing this place with others who are passionate about protecting the wildlife that calls this place home. I feel an […]

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The Salish Sea Emerging Stewards kick off

The light of the sun streams in between the trees on UVic campus.

We’re very excited to be kicking off the Salish Sea Emerging Stewards Program this week with youth from the Indigenous Leadership program and other youth from the Cowichan School District. We’re in the first phase of our new three part Salish Sea Stewards program. This is the land-based preliminary learning phase where we’ll be introducing […]

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Unique wildlife photography collection coming this fall

A wolf walks across the eel grass in the intertidal zone.

From Victoria to Whistler we have set-up a range of viewings, sponsorship opportunities and public events. We have contributions from a fantastic range of photographers, some of whom have spent their entire lives on the coast of British Columbia, dedicated to telling its stories…

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From meerkats to killer whales

A family of meerkats stand together watching, while a young member opens their mouth and shows their tongue.

For animal species that form social groups, living together can have a strong effect on individuals’ chances of survival and reproduction, and ultimately on how population sizes change over time. New work, led by myself in collaboration with a team of researchers from Canada, the UK, and Switzerland, combines theory and data to shed light […]

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Chris Genovali and Terry Moore on trophy hunting and the changing paradigm of “wildlife as commodity”

A black bear sits down in the river bank and sticks out it's tongue: Terry Moore and Chris Genovali.

This summer Raincoast executive director Chris Genovali spoke with Terry Moore to discuss the problems with trophy hunting in BC and globally. We learned last week that Terry Moore passed away. Our sincere condolences to Terry’s family and to his colleagues at CFAX. We have deep respect for his body of work as a journalist […]

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We can end commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure

A grizzly bear stands in the neck and head deep fireweed, sniffing the air.

In the world we currently live in, it is such a rare opportunity to have a direct, tangible, positive impact. It can be excruciatingly difficult to know whether or not you are making a positive change. When you’re just one person, the world often seems so big, and the problems in it so insurmountable, that […]

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Fraser estuary research completed for 2018

Raincoast scientists aboard their boat on the Fraser River getting the seine nets ready to do their summer research.

After a long five months we have now wrapped up our 2018 field season in the Fraser estuary, our best year yet! This year our team spent 76 days in the field and we captured more than 35,000 fish, including over 6,400 juvenile salmon. While it has been a long and hot season with a […]

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