Objective science
for conservation

Official Site of the Pacific
WildLife Foundation

Since 1981

Objective science
for conservation

Official Site of the Pacific
WildLife Foundation

Since 1981

Objective science
for conservation

Official Site of the Pacific
WildLife Foundation

Since 1981

Objective science
for conservation

Official Site of the Pacific
WildLife Foundation

Since 1981

Celebrating 40 years

News

Associate Josh McInnes and colleagues have published 13 years of photo identified killer whales in…

The Board welcomes marine ecologist Rachel Sullivan-Lord as a new Associate.

The Board welcomes statistical ecologist Dr. Ruth Joy as a new Associate. She will also…

Pacific WildLife Foundation has formed a partnership with Simon Fraser University and Reed Point Marina…

A review of over 30 years of conservation and research on the birds of the…

The Board welcomes marine researcher Fiona Beaty as an Associate.

The Board welcomes marine mammal researcher Josh McInnes as an Associate.

With over 102,800 observations of 4,743 species reported on iNaturalist in B.C. Parks, the BC…

Our film RETURNING will debut on Knowledge Network on BC Day, 5 August 2019, at…

The Northern Salish Sea Atlas Project has been fully funded by the Sitka Foundation and…

Sustaining & Project Supporters

Operating an ocean-going research organization takes a lot support. To the many individuals, organizations, and businesses that shared our interest in objective scientific research for conservation and chose to help us, we are truly grateful. Our on-going Sustaining Supporters and Project Supporters include anonymous donors and individuals, and the following organizations and businesses.

  • BC Arts Council
  • City of Vancouver
  • Clayoquot Biosphere Trust
  • Hodgson Family Foundation
  • Foundation of Greater Atlanta
  • MetroVancouver
  • Nature Trust of British Columbia
  • Port of Vancouver
  • Seadoc Society
  • Sitka Foundation
  • Spencer L. Murfey Family Foundation
  • Tourism Vancouver
  • Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation