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Wolves in BC need our support

A darkly coloured wolf with black highlights walks across the sand in the intertidal zone.

In British Columbia, Canada, wolves continue to be killed through a variety of means. These include legal recreational hunting and trapping. Our goal is to stop the hunting and trapping of BC’s wolves. Our initial initiative includes educating the public about the biology, behavior and ecology of wolves and their current situation in British Columbia…

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Launching Raincoast’s photography ethics

A bear leans over to look closely at a camera on a tripod.

At Raincoast we are committed to only using images and video that are ethically obtained. We have now published our Photography Ethics Policy to guide both our acquisition and use of photography, whether for use on our website, social media platforms, printed materials or other uses. We will only use images from others that we […]

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A picture is worth 1000 words, but not at any price

Grizzly bear in the water, in the Great Bear Rainforest.

As critical as these images are, we are committed to using only images that are ethically obtained. These considerations are informed by our own conservation ethics and what we learn along the way. The points below are those from a code of conduct, given to us by Brad Hill and available in full on Brad’s website…

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