Coexisting with Wildlife

Learn more about coexisting with wildlife, and sign the petition in support of a no-kill policy for Vargas Island wolves.

Photo: Paul Nicklen

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Raincoast Speaker Series

The 2017 Raincoast Speaker Series will focus on Vancouver Island's old-growth forests. This is an opportunity to learn more about the old-growth forests of Clayoquot Sound and the surrounding regions, and engage with local perspectives.

Every Thursday evening in February!

Capturing the Coast 2017

The Capturing the Coast photo contest celebrates the natural world, the people, and the unknowns of Vancouver Island’s wild west coast.

Submission period:
Jan 25 - Feb 12, 2017
Main event:
Feb. 25, 2017 at Shelter Restaurant.

Raincoast Institute

Raincoast Institute courses are led by world-class instructors in Tofino, BC. Join us for weekend field-courses in:
Seaweeds of the West Coast
Mushrooms of the West Coast
Coastal Animal Tracking
Coastal Birding

 

Connecting Students with Wildlife Project

The Connecting Students with Wildlife Project (CSWP) is a wildlife monitoring project that teaches students about coexisting with wildlife on the west coast.