Koeye beach (Photo by NCC)

Koeye beach (Photo by NCC)

Central Coast Rainforest

  • Gullchucks estuary from the air (Photo by NCC)
    Gullchucks Estuary

    The Gullchucks Estuary brings together huge stands of old-growth coastal rainforest, a wild salmon-bearing river, and a floodplain and estuary that provides a home for hundreds of coastal species.

  • Koeye Watershed from the air
    Koeye Estuary

    The Koeye River estuary has been identified by scientists as one of the most outstanding estuaries in British Columbia and is listed as a Protected Area under the Great Bear Rainforest agreement.

  • A grizzly and her cubs on the beach at Rivers Inlet, BC (Photo by NCC)
    Rivers Inlet Conservation Lands

    Located on the Central Coast, in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, Rivers Inlet is a rich landscape of forest, ocean and First Nations culture.

  • Saaxwan conservation area (Photo by Michael Wigle)

    This estuary in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest provides essential habitat for salmon, grizzly bear, migratory birds and many other iconic BC wildlife species.

  • A magical day at Spider Island (Photo by NCC)
    Spider Island

    In 2016, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) acquired 47 hectares (98 acres) of Spider Island, on BC’s central coast.

  • Freshwater habitats are important to Iclhicwani's waterfowl and migratory fish. (Photo by Harvey Thommasen)

    Iclhicwani sits along the Bella Coola River, protecting vital wetland, river and forest habitats in the Great Bear Rainforest.

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