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We are British Columbia’s leading conservation organization, made up of province-wide volunteers who aim to protect, enhance and promote the wise use of our environment for the benefit of present and future generations. We advocate for anglers, hunters, outdoor recreationists, firearms owners and recreational shooters. The B.C. Wildlife Federation strives to ensure the sound long-term management of B.C.’s fish, wildlife, and outdoor recreational resources in the best interests of all British Columbians.
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News & Updates
BC reconsiders range restrictions
The provincial government has reconsidered and rejected several new regulat...
The status of Grizzly Bears in B.C and why the hunt ended
There are a few isolated grizzly bear populations in southern B.C. that are...
Firearms Owners | Amnesty Extended to 2023
On May 1, 2020, almost 2 years ago, the federal government banned hundred...
Northern Fisheries Committees | Update
Northern Inland Fishery Committee In 2022, the BCWF Northern Inland...
World Wildlife Day 2022
Today is World Wildlife Day 2022, and B.C. Wildlife Federation joins the gl...
Bird’s-Eye View | BCWF within B.C.’s Wildlife and Habitat Management
The new year is a time of reflection and sometimes change. Gerry P...
Webinar: SIMDeer – Understanding mule deer migration in south central BC
PHD Candidate, Chloe Wright, from the University of British Columbia, retur...
World Wetlands Day 2022
It’s World Wetlands Day! We celebrate World Wetlands Day to raise glob...
Public Engagement Results | Predator Reduction for Caribou Recovery
The results from the "Predator Reduction for Caribou Recovery Engagement" s...
No Justification for Changes to Bighorn Sheep Regulations in Region 4
Please take a few minutes to watch the video below to hear our Executive Di...
Improving Forest Practices to Protect Water
BCWF’s Conservation Webinar Series: On February 22nd, 2022, 7:00pm Tra...
Another Local Wins Big in the Kootenay Lake Angler Incentive Program
Felix Kuhn of Grey Creek, British Columbia, has won the latest $1...
What are we working to conserve?
B.C. makes up approximately 10% of Canada’s land surface, with:
- 25, 725 kms of coastline
- 60.3 million hectares of forest
- 4.1 million hectares of documented wetlands
- 600 provincial parks
- +20,000 lakes
- 10 major mountain ranges
Want to help protect B.C.’s fish, wildlife and habitat? There are many ways to join our efforts! Take action by becoming a member or volunteering your time. Together, we can be a strong voice for conservation.
When you donate in support our many initiatives, you stand up for the diverse wildlife and pristine natural habitats that make our Province special. Your generosity makes an impact that will benefit everyone, now and in the future.