Meet the people who are using ecotourism to keep British Columbia’s coast alive.
Coastal Revival tells the story of how the Raincoast Conservation Foundation and First Nations are using the power of ecotourism to preserve the majestic animals of British Columbia’s coast.
4K and HD
5 x 10 Min
Science | Technology
1. Raincoast's Fight
Join the Raincoast Conservation Foundation and the First Nations as they fight to end grizzly bear trophy hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest.
2. Banning The Trophy Hunt
In Klemtu, BC, the Kitasoo Xai’xais First Nations run a thriving bear viewing business while enforcing their ban on trophy hunting.
3. The Spirit Bear
Venture into the Great Bear Rainforest to see the elusive Spirit bear in the wild and discover how the growing ecotourism industry is providing opportunities for local communities.
4. Revival of the Humpback Whales
The waters of the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest are home to hundreds of humpback whales every year. Listen to their songs and learn about how they’ve come back from the brink of extinction.
5. The Marine Detective
Travel to the town of Port McNeill on Vancouver Island. Learn from Jackie Hildering, The Marine Detective, about the comeback of humpback whales and the new threats that face them in these waters.