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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 Publications

Pacific WildLife Foundation Projects


Latest PWLF News


November - Watch the presentations at the 24th Marine Mammal Symposium streamed live at
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8tu-Zm6b_pA. We are once again pleased to support this event.

October - Director Ron Ydenberg will speak on Shorebirds, Biofilm and Deltaport at the Burke Mountain Naturalists Club in Coquitlam 11 October at 7:30 pm. 


October - Pacific WildLife is pleased to announce that we will be the lead organization for the new Vancouver International Bird Festival to coincide with the 27th International Ornithological Congress 19-26 August 2018 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

September - The Board of Pacific WildLife is pleased to welcome Dr. Cliff Robinson as our newest Fellow. Dr. Robinson brings over 20 years of research and conservation of small fish in marine ecosystems. 

July - Pacific Wildlife has purchased a Baba30 classic sailboat for extended coastal expeditions. The boat requires some restoration. Any donation is welcome to defray costs for new upholstery, hull paint, a bimini, halyards, moorage, jib and insurance. We also want to purchase a new spinnaker to use in publicity shots leading up to the International Ornithological Congress in 2018. Contact us for details.

June - A major milestone for Pacific Wildlife is the publication of the BC Breeding Bird Atlas. The Foundation was one of the project partners led by Bird Studies Canada. The atlas includes more than 300 breeding species of birds. The bilingual atlas is a first for Canada. http://www.birdatlas.bc.ca/


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