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Marine Survey – onboard the Achiever

By Jody Weir Marine Program Coordinator Spring 2007 In early spring we left Nanaimo, aboard our research vessel, Achiever. Our goal is to survey the coastal waters of British Columbia for marine mammals (whales, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sealions) and seabirds in order to document the marine life in these waters and identify their most critical […]

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Wake-up Call

By Jennie Christensen PhD Candidate, Wildlife Toxicologist, Grizzly Contaminant Project Spring is here – sunnier days, warmer weather and the growth and blossoming of plants and flowers. It is a time of heightened spirits, and many species will begin their annual rituals celebrating a renewal of life and nature. While we may begin to clean […]

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Small Streams Survey Report (2006)

Small Stream Surveys report cover overlayed on a black and white photo of a small forest stream.

This report documents 127 previously undocumented salmon-bearing streams surveyed on BC’s central coast between 2003-2006 in Heiltsuk Territory. Small Streams Survey Report (PDF) Summary Small stream surveys were carried out by members of the Heiltsuk Nation, volunteers, and staff of Raincoast Conservation Foundation between September 2003 and October 2006. Our objective was to document salmon […]

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Images of the Great Bear Rainforest

By Ian McAllister Conservation Director & Resident Artist February 2007  From Bella Bella, B.C. I am sometimes asked for my views on photography. Do I consider it an art form, a creative expression, or another tool in our ever-changing campaign toolbox? As a teenager, I was inspired by Tofino-based photographers Adrian Dorst and Mark Hobson. […]

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