9 in 10 British Columbians say it's time to end trophy hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest. Do you?

Sign the pledge

Nine First Nations on the BC Coast have banned the trophy hunt for bears in their territories. Will you pledge to respect this law?

This debate is over

British Columbia has decided: Killing bears for trophies is wasteful, unfair and economically outdated. First Nations on the coast are working to end the hunt. Here's why:

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Get to know the bears

Black bears, grizzlies and the iconic white spirit bear all make their home on the BC coast. When you support an end to trophy hunting, these are a few of the individuals you're helping to protect.

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Meet the guardians

First Nations, together with university scientists, are working toward a deeper understanding of these beautiful, intelligent animals and their essential role on the coast.

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Read the latest news

British Columbians and people around the world are speaking up for the bears of the Great Bear Rainforest. Learn more about how you can get involved and support their efforts.

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Bears Forever is a project of Coastal First Nations and the Central Coast First Nations Bear Working Group

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