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About the Pacific WildLife Foundation

About the Pacific WildLife Foundation

The Pacific WildLife Foundation is a not-for-profit coastal and marine research and education society with charitable status registered in Canada, based in Vancouver, B.C.


Meet the People behind the PWLF

The People of the Pacific WildLife Foundation

Meet the scientists, educators, filmmakers and media team behind the PWLF.

PWLF Publications

What We are Discovering

View our scientific publications on what our projects are leading us to discover.



PWLF Projects

Pacific WildLife Foundation Projects


Latest PWLF News


Julu 2014 - Laced with sufficient hyperbole to entertain without enhancing the facts,
"Tales from The Underbrush" recounts the frequently stumbling, bumbling but
never boring adventures of a young geologist in the wilds of Northern Canada
and South America during the mid-20th century. The author, Ian Semple, is a
Director and Secretary-Treasurer of Pacific WildLife Foundation.
The book can be purchased online here.

June 2014 - Read PWLF Fellow Andrew Trites Huffington Post article about humpback whale science. 


May 2014 Associate Holly Middleton successfully completed the requirements for a Doctor of Philosophy at Simon Fraser University. Congratulations Holly!


June 2014 - The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Ruth Foster has joined the Board. Ruth served as an Associate for several years and brings a lifetime of experience in environmental education.


April 2014 Associate Sofi Hindmarch is a nominee for the YWCA Women of Distinction Awards in the category of Environmental Sustainability for her research and conservation of the barn owl.


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Marine Mammals of the Pacific

Birds of the Pacific

Fish of the Pacific





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