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Great Bear LIVE Returns

The first cameras of 2014 are in place to document the herring spawn on B.C.'s central coast. Learn more about herring and watch highlights. Sign up for Great Bear LIVE Alerts to stay up-to-date on the latest action.

 

View the underwater world of the Great Bear Sea:

  

 

This camera streams live during daylight hours in the Great Bear Rainforest. Live feed down? View highlight clips here.
April 17 update - Over the past week the herring have been spawning. What you see on the kelp underwater is the eggs they have laid. The spawn generally takes 2-3 weeks for the eggs to hatch. On the above water camera we have seen a wolf eating herring on the beach. Keep watching to see if he comes back!

Pipeline Through Paradise

Not Even Close.

Pacific Wild Conservation Director Ian McAllister's analysis of the National Energy Board's decision to green light the Northern Gateway pipeline project and oil tankers on the B.C. coast. READ THE GREAT BEAR BLOG

Help us ensure the Great Bear Rainforest remains
oil tanker free.


B.C.’s War on Wolves continues.

Public comments ignored as record level of wolf mortality expected in coming years.


On April 17, 2014, the B.C. government quietly released its long-awaited Management Plan for wolves. 16 months ago the BC government opened its doors for public comment on its controversial draft plan  and received an unprecedented 3200 submissions. We know from access to Freedom of Information requests that the overwhelming majority of these submissions were in favour of scrapping the plan so that wolves might be protected instead of persecuted.

READ PACIFIC WILD's PRESS RELEASE and TAKE ACTION


TAKE ACTION - NO PIPELINES, NO TANKERS


TAKE ACTION - LNG


TAKE ACTION - NO TROPHY HUNT

TAKE ACTION -  WOLF ACTION



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