Overlooking British Columbia's outer coastal islands near Cape Caution, part of the still unprotected Great Bear Rainforest, a threatened wilderness treasure of global significance.
Canoe Creek-Long Lake area of the Great Bear Wilderness on the threatened midcoast of British Columbia.
Waterfall in British Columbia's rare temperate rainforest.
The greeting card is blank inside; printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper, measures 5” x 7” and comes with a 100% recycled envelope.
Flores Island in Clayoquot Sound. Cow Bay is the western terminus of the Ahousaht Wild Side Heritage Trail.
Alpine meadow in British Columbia's Selkirk Mountain Range. BC's fragile ecosystems need more protection. The Wilderness Committee advocates protecting 40% of BC from industrial development.
The Lions are the famous twin peaks seen across the water from downtown Vancouver.
Garry oak meadows are some of the rarest, most beautiful and most threatened in Canada.
Prairie Crocuses bloom very early in springtime. Maintoba's provincial flower, they are usually found growing only on sites where the original prairie sod has never been broken and they are becoming rarer every year.
Coast Mountains as viewed from the heart of the proposed Stoltmann National Park, Canada's foremost National Park candidate.
One of the many waterfalls of unnamed tributaries that empty into the Upper Elaho River canyon in the Stoltmann Wilderness near Whistler.
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