DOING THE VITAL WORK TO PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS AND DEFEND ITS INHABITANTS
 
 
 
The idea of wilderness needs no defense, it only needs defenders.
— Edward Abbey
 
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Photo: Camera Trap

DSLR camera trap images take time and patience, resulting in a raw, intimate, and non-invasive look into the life of wild animals in their natural habitat.

 
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PHOTO: Sea Shepherd – Operation Icefish

Ocean conservation organization, Sea Shepherd, heads to the treacherous waters of Antarctica in search of notorious toothfish poachers.

 
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Photo: Sacred Headwaters

This breathtakingly rugged wilderness located in northern BC is rich in culture, wildlife, and indigenous resistance.

 
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Video: Wildlife camera

Using remote trail camera’s, we are given a unique look into the lives of wildlife and their behaviors. When a camera is placed long enough, we can often identify packs, herds, individuals, and even social structure. 

Video: Madii Lii – The Stronghold

The Madii Lii pipeline blockade is the result of indigenous resistance raging against the threat of pipeline being laid though traditional ancestral land. Madii Lii represents the culture of the Gitxsan First Nations people and their willingness to preserve their land and its resources by any means necessary. 

Video: Western Pond Turtle Restoration

A wonderful restoration project is underway at Pierce National Wildlife Refuge. The goal of this project is to restore the natural and historical habitat for the state endangered western pond turtle in the state of Washington.

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