Twelve herds of mountain caribou remain (shown on the map in pink). They live in the Inland Temperate Rainforest, unique in all the world.
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June 1, 2023
I’m standing at the edge of a clearcut where a towering ancient cedar and hemlock rainforest used to be. One giant cedar tree remains in the middle, a lonely monument holding the memories of creatures who used to call this place home. Only a year ago, this clearcut was a forest full of life.Read more
Mountain caribou are struggling to survive. This endangered species is on the decline, with loss of their habitat hurting overall population numbers. Through Wildsight's…Read more
November 24, 2022
Deep in the heart of BC’s Inland Temperate Rainforest a logging plan threatens ancient and globally rare forest in the Seymour River area…Read more
When a caribou moves, a tendon rolls over bones in its foot creating a unique clicking sound. A few years ago on a trip…Read more
Kimberley – B.C. groups are releasing new evidence of ongoing logging and pending cut permits in proposed old growth deferral areas in the province. Images…Read more
Satellite imagery reveals new cutblocks are ‘nibbling away’ at the critical habitat of the endangered Columbia North caribou herd, widely considered to be the Kootenay-area population with the highest chance of persisting in the long term.Read more
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