With a donation of $4,000 to The Pacific Coast Wild Salmon Society you will be invited on an exclusive wild salmon conservation day. The salmon are the backbone of this entire region and they are a fascinating but threatened species.
You will meet Dr Alexandra Morton who is the most influential researcher and activist for wild salmon on Canada’s west coast, who will guide you on a tour of the Salmon Coast field station before boating to a salmon bearing river with biologist Megan Adams where you will catch a salmon in order to obtain a DNA sample.
Next we head to a bear-hair snag site to collect bear DNA samples and potentially view a bear in their natural habitat.
This is an educational day that combines conservation biology, stunning scenery cruising on the coastline and bear viewing with experienced and enigmatic biologists along to inform and inspire. This experience is suited for wildlife enthusiasts and anyone interested in the scientific aspect of the Canadian coastline.
“My wife and I wanted to travel through Chile, Bolivia and Peru and were slightly daunted by the logistics of organising such a varied trip.John Resse, USA
Chris was incredibly helpful not only mapping out the most exciting and engaging trip, but also using his extensive personal knowledge of the best things to do. They were reassuringly efficient in organising the trip, monitoring how we were doing during the trip and making adjustments to improve the trip.Tracy Williams, UK
Chris’s passion and enthusiasm encouraged us to do things we wouldn't have thought to do, which gave us fantastic memories of the trip of a lifetime.”Tony Thomas, USA
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