Two Organizations ~ One Mission
One of earth’s most stunning wildernesses on Canada’s Pacific coast, the Great Bear Rainforest is home to a myriad of healthy populations of species of plants, birds and animals, including subspecies and genetically unique populations of wildlife like the Spirit Bear and coastal gray wolf.
Serious environmental challenges have put this region in threat, prompting the action of scientists and conservationists who are working hard to promote the protection of this last wild intact functioning ecosystem and one of the planet's most priceless treasures.
The Wolf Conservation Center believes it is time to join the effort by taking important first steps to learn more about the Great Bear Rainforest, its rich cultural, ecological, and economic value and the measures needed to safeguard this global treasure for future generations.
In that regard, we are proud to announce a new partnership with Pacific Wild, a nonprofit conservation organization that defends wildlife and their habitat on Canada’s Pacific coast, by offering a once in a lifetime adventure to the Great Bear Rain Forest to learn more about the region and why it's so crucial that we all work together to protect it.
Learn from Ian McAllister, founding director of Pacific Wild, as he escorts a select group of adventurers on Mothership Adventure’s Columbia III, to explore the wildlife-rich tapestry of forests, fjords and wave-pounded islands that stretch up the coast from British Columbia to Alaska. Ian’s photography and film work has focused on the carnivores of the Pacific coast – bears and wolves. In 2010, he was awarded the North American Nature Photography Association’s Vision Award and was also named among Time Magazine's "Leaders of the 21st Century" for his contributions to environmental conservation.
In an effort to mobilize a concerned global citizenry to achieve large-scale wildlife protection, meeting the “Great Bear” will afford visitors the chance to become immersed in the ecologically rich marine and terrestrial environments of an endangered corner of British Columbia - the kind of place that one can still watch grizzly bears, humpback whales, spirit bears, wolves and so much else all in a single day - while learning about the challenges that threaten its unique biological diversity.
Guests will depart from Bella Bella, British Columbia aboard the Columbia III, for a seven day six night excursion. Guests will stay is cozy staterooms that comfortably sleep up to two which makes this trip ideal for couples or close friends.
Video of wolves fishing in the Great Bear - CLICK HERE
7 Day / 6 Night Adventure
June 18-24, 2015
2 Staterooms Still Available
$7500 per stateroom / sleeps up to 2.
Please contact Spencer Wilhelm to register or to find out more.
Email - Spencer@nywolf.org or call 914-763-2373 x2
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